Managed Breach Detection and 24/7
SOC-as-a-Service Designed for Healthcare Organizations
The Agile1 Managed Breach Detection Platform monitors and protects your entire digital infrastructure, cloud and data 24×7 with intelligence and analytics designed specifically for healthcare organizations.
Hospitals, clinics, physician offices, medical device manufacturers and healthcare technology providers have become treasure troves of the most private and critical patient PHI data. Ransomware attacks on hospitals are on the rise. These impact hospital operations and services, which can carry costs from hundreds of thousands to millions of dollars.
Since the continuity and stability of their technology can often be a life-and-death matter, cybersecurity is absolutely essential for these organizations. That’s why Agile1 has developed a Managed Breach Detection technology that uses machine learning and user behavior analytics to identify patterns, find correlations in common data breaches, and recognize attacks.
Identifying and classifying every device – medical or otherwise – is fundamental. Knowing what medical devices are in your environment, in use, and where they are is critical – whether in a single hospital, in a lab, on a campus, at remote clinics, or in support facilities. Secure medical devices, protect patients, and PHI. The Internet of Things (IoT Devices) includes devices like infusion pumps, MRI machines, x-ray machines, heart monitors, and more.
Our unique technology can swiftly detect and deflect attempts to access PHI, HIPAA data or network infrastructure, whether on-premises, in the cloud, or hybrid. It can identify emerging threats with real-time, integrated intelligence. And with our SOC-as-a-Service program, we’ll respond quickly and conduct thorough investigations to harden defenses.
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Securing Your IoT Devices
Secure medical devices are essential to patients and healthcare professionals. The Internet of Things (IoT Devices) like infusion pumps, MRI machines, x-ray machines, heart monitors, etc. all operate on a network that can be susceptible to cyberattacks. While these devices help professionals stay connected with patients, breaches in the systems can cause long-term harm to both parties. There are multiple reasons for why IoT devices pose a risk to being compromised. For example, when some of these devices were produced, they were not intended to be connected on a collective network meaning that the proper security measures were not implemented in their production.
Device End Point Issues
- Microsoft Windows 10 Server Block 3.1.1
- Low Bluetooth Energy (LBE) in IoT medical devices
- Ripple20 flaw in IoT medical devices
- VPN Vulnerabilities
- IoT device flaws from Baxter, BD Alaris, Biotronik
Healthcare Organizations are Extremely Vulnerable
SECURE YOUR DIGITAL INFRASTRUCTURE 24/7.
End-point security is difficult to maintain because of regulation limitations
Devices on a collective network increase vulnerability
Irregular software and device patching
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With more than 18 years of cybersecurity experience, Agile1 is well positioned to protect your critical network infrastructure and confidential data. Contact us and let’s talk about how we can mitigate your cyber risk.