As a leader in HIT deployments, The HCI group has helped thousands of healthcare organizations navigate their transition to meaningful use electronic medical record adoption. Customers who have successfully completed this transition consistently share one common concern: how to secure their care data environment.
Be it out of concern for the security of their patient information, concerns about HIPAA compliance, or fear of the consequences of legal reprisal for data breaches, care organizations large and small are just beginning to understand the magnitude to their security risk.
As care organizations aggregate and distribute increasing amounts of digital patient information, the demand for dynamic and effective security solutions grows exponentially. The future of health care requires that organizations effectively monitor, identify, report, and mitigate risks associated with the security of their digital estate.
By combining HCI’s established methodologies and depth of experience with a range of healthcare solution providers with Securonix’s powerful secure platform, HCI cyber security services can provide your organization with a comprehensive approach to securing your digital environment.
Security starts with users and manifests in technology. As such, securing the care environment requires user training, security policy, solution capability, and solution use combine to minimize risk.
Based on our industry leading HIT delivery experience, HCI services lay the foundation for enterprise wide security.
The Securonix Platform is a purpose-built advanced security analytics technology that mines, enriches, analyzes, scores and visualizes care and clinical data into actionable intelligence on the highest risk threats from within and outside their environment. Using signature-less anomaly detection techniques that track users, account, and system behavior Securonix is able to automatically and accurately detect the most advanced data security, insider threats and fraud attacks including:
“HCI are experienced, capable clinicians that have a true customer focused attitude and care deeply about patient care. I would use them again in a heartbeat. I still get comments from the staff about how much they helped. Great Job!”
—Mary Garrido MBA CPHIMS, VP, Chief Information Officer, Valley Baptist Health Systems
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