Large scale hacking attacks dominate 2015 statistics. Over 100 million patient records affected. Carpinteria and Mission Viejo, CA – February 9, 2016 -- Redspin, an Auxilio Company (OTCQB: AUXO) and a leading authority on cyber security in healthcare, has released…
Presentation focuses on security strategies for social engineering
In 2015, over 100 million patient records have been beached by malicious hackers, with most of those breaches occurring at major healthcare insurers and leading providers. “There is nothing short of a crisis in healthcare,” says Mr. Berger. “Healthcare organizations are under attack.”
In the first six months of 2015, Redpin has helped more healthcare Business Associates (BAs) than in all of 2014.
April 23, 2015 What does a small, neighborhood hospital and a large, multi-faceted healthcare system with more than a dozen hospitals have in common? Both are prime targets for two very different types of hackers. According to a HealthcareInfoSecurity interview…
New service simulates tactics of real-world hackers; provides actionable intelligence on most likely attack scenarios to help large organizations reduce risk of breach.
New service addresses the need for expert guidance on information security program development, secure cloud migration strategies, HIPAA/PCI compliance, mobile security assessments and more.
Company issues 4th annual report analyzing breaches of protected health information (PHI). Cites 138% increase in large PHI data breaches in 2013; calls out lack of encryption of laptops as major contributing factor.
Redspin’s “portfolio risk analysis” helps covered entities ensure compliance under HIPAA/HITECH, and better understand the risks of protected health information (PHI) data breach among their business associates. To date, 50% of all PHI records compromised in major breach incidents have involved business associates
Company releases annual breach report of protected health
information (PHI). Urges hospitals to more closely monitor PHI security
controls among their business associates (BAs). Also warns that threats
from hackers may soon be on the rise.