This isn't just about HIPAA compliance any longer - cybersecurity has become life and death in healthcare. Ransomware attacks, cybercrime and hacking are directly affecting patient safety. If your EHR is compromised, you'll have more than just a regulatory headache.
We know that crisis management is a way of life in healthcare - running from one emergency to another is what you're good at. You take care of business, we'll take care of your security.
GreyCastle Security is currently providing compliance and cybersecurity relief to health systems, teaching hospitals, regional medical centers, HIEs, mental health facilities, healthcare analytics providers, HIPAA Covered Entities (CEs) and Business Associates (BAs) throughout North America.
Conduct a HIPAA Risk Assessment
This standards-based (NIST SP 800-30, -53, and -66) is the fast and painless process for identifying and prioritizing your risks.
Develop a Corrective Action Plan
This step-by-step plan describes what you're doing, when you're doing it and who's responsible for getting it done. It is based exclusively on the risks from the assessment. This often overlooked artifact is required by regulators.
This forward momentum is completely managed by our team of healthcare cybersecurity experts. We do all of the heavy lifting helping our clients document their progress.
Healthcare has experienced many cyberattacks in the last few years. Making this a top safety issue in a healthcare organization is challenging – a challenge that executives must make a top priority.
Unlike any other business, healthcare leaders go to work every day with the knowledge that they have the ability to protect and enhance lives and unintentionally hurt them as well.
This white paper is directed at the fundamentals that must be undertaken in the healthcare environment to protect the organization and its patients from cybercrime.DOWNLOAD
GreyCastle Security responded to the largest ransomware attack in history at a level 1 trauma center in Buffalo, New York. The ransom payout was exactly zero dollars - but is this a zero-sum game?
While the impact from this vicious ransomware attack was unprecedented, most experts agree that Erie County Medical Center’s response was monumental – helping the organization avoid months of downtime and millions of dollars in losses.