“Redspin’s cyber security services provide the most trusted and comprehensive risk assessments available in the IT security industry”
Over the past decade, Redspin has become a trusted cyber security company for both the Fortune 500 and the largest healthcare systems in the United States. Our mission is to reduce risk, secure data, and help efficiently navigate compliance standards. All services are performed by our world-class professional security engineering team, and provide a return on investment way beyond that of most cyber security consulting firms.
Redspin’s proven, quantifiable, real-world approach to analyzing security risk to infrastructure, applications, and employees is a core strategy for protecting our client’s data, privacy, and reputation. We offer unparalleled expertise in penetration testing, application security, social engineering, compliance standards, and healthcare IT security.
“Penetration Testing Excellence Built on the Talent of World-Class Security Engineers”
As global cyber-attacks become increasingly more sophisticated, protecting against and avoiding a targeted attack has become extremely difficult, if not impossible. Advanced hackers can exploit seemingly insignificant vulnerabilities, avoid detection, and hide malicious activity. If your company or network is targeted, the resulting security breach can be devastating, and could spell disaster for your entire organization.
To truly understand potential security threats, Redspin takes a comprehensive real-world approach to analyzing the security risk to your infrastructure, applications, and employees. A team of dedicated and professional security engineers simulate controlled hacking attacks that malicious adversaries could use to compromise systems, infiltrate facilities, and steal sensitive data.
“Harden Your Apps. Protect Your Back-End. Maintain 24/7 Availability.”
Redspin’s professional application security experts perform extensive and in-depth manual analysis, as well as real-world attacks that mimic the latest hacking techniques to completely analyze and expose attack vectors and application flaws.
The growth of web, mobile, and cloud technology has revolutionized the way we do business, and is now the cornerstone for delivering innovative and powerful applications/interfaces. Consumers expect their data to be available, at an instant, on any device and on any network. This explosion in demand means that sensitive and critical data traverse logical layers, creating a massive increase in attack surface, attack volume, and frequency of attacks.
The responsibility of protecting PHI is a huge challenge. Patients are demanding their privacy be protected, yet unimpeded access to this data can mean the difference between life and death. Security compliance is not only the law, there is an ethical obligation to protect confidential information.
Redspin is a leading provider of healthcare IT security services. We’re a trusted partner throughout the healthcare industry, and we’ve helped hundreds of covered entities navigate HIPAA compliance, lower security risk, and protect PHI. We offer healthcare organizations comprehensive HIPAA security assessments, risk assessment tools, and a suite of security consulting services.
Our HIPAA risk assessments are designed to comply with HIPAA (and/or HITECH) privacy, security, and breach notification rules. They also meets EHR Meaningful Use Incentive Program requirements for eligible hospitals and eligible providers.
Redspin understands that the availability and accessibility of patient health information (PHI) is critical to providing outstanding healthcare. But, as PHI traverses more APIs, connected networks, cloud services, medical appliances, and mobile devices, the complexities of keeping such a massive attack surface secure can be daunting.
Whether your a large hospital system or a solution provider, our IT security consulting group can help you build a solid strategy for securing your organization, applications, and services.
This is Redspin’s 6th annual Breach Report: Protected Health Information (PHI). At the conclusion of each year, we analyze the complete statistical data set of large breaches that have been reported to HHS.