Join us on Tuesday, April 27, 2021 as we outline steps your organization can take to address your HIPAA Security Risk Analysis and HIPAA compliance requirements in 2021.
By Brian Parks and Sanjiv Kalkar, Intraprise Health
Part 1 of Addressing Security Risks of Personal Business in the Workplace highlighted the risks associated with employee use of corporate connected devices in the execution of personal business. To summarize, employee use of a device connected to the corporate network, even a company-provided device, for personal business such as email, file-sharing, etc. exposes the organization to additional risks of malware, including ransomware, impacting the corporate network. The risks are similar whether the device is connected directly to the corporate network (on premise) or via VPN for remote workers. Read More
By Brian Parks and Sanjiv Kalkar, Intraprise Health
The typical company culture of today is less of a strict clock-in/clock-out mentality than in years past. Company expectations on methods of work have morphed over the years, and employees checking personal email or performing some personal business on “company time” is often ignored or overlooked as long as it doesn’t interfere with the employees’ job performance. Read More
Creates Comprehensive Integrated Security Risk Management and Compliance Platform for Healthcare
YARDLEY, Pennsylvania, January 6, 2021– Intraprise Health, a leading provider of cybersecurity services and solutions and the Protect™ risk management software platform, today announced that it has acquired HIPAA One, provider of industry leading HIPAA compliance automation software. The merger allows Intraprise Health to offer an integrated set of cybersecurity and compliance software solutions to the healthcare market. Read More
Serving our country is meaningful for Intraprise Health, especially for those employees who have served in the U.S. military. As a healthcare focused IT security firm, located in Yardley, Pennsylvania, Intraprise Health relies on its strong core of veterans to navigate the ever-changing cybersecurity landscape.
The FBI recently announced a potentially significant ransomware attack on the healthcare sector.
Ransomware groups are becoming more sophisticated and efficient in their ability to deploy ransomware attacks. The challenges presented by COVID-19 have only increased the target on health systems.
KLAS posed the following three questions to five CEOs at healthcare-focused cybersecurity firms:
1. What are your top three suggestions for health systems to implement immediately?
2. What are your top three suggestions for health systems to implement for the long term?
3. How should a provider organization consider reacting if they are hit by ransomware? Read More
Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA), the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), and the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) recently updated their warning to hospitals about ransomware to include information about Conti, TrickBot and BazarLoader. The CISA Alert AA20-302A focused on Ryuk ransomware and said the federal government had “credible information of an increased and imminent cybercrime threat to U.S. hospitals and healthcare providers.”
Speaking with clients over the last two days, Intraprise Health discussed additional tactical things hospitals can do to further address preparedness. Read More
LEWES (July 22, 2020) – In an effort to provide COVID-19 screening for all, Beebe Healthcare has partnered with Intraprise Health to launch the Beebe Healthcare COVID-19 Screening Tool on both Apple Store and Android Google Play Store.
The app, now available, uses Center for Disease Control and Prevention evidence-based screening questions. Users can walk through the series of questions and then based on the finding – whether testing is recommended or not – they can self-schedule testing online or they can request a call from Beebe Medical Group representatives to schedule. Read More
As COVID-19 changes the way many healthcare organizations are operating, Intraprise Health has been compiling a list of resources that we think will be useful to your organization. Our team of cybersecurity experts has been fielding questions from clients on many of these topics. Links to resources such as securing your work from home force, to newly relaxed HIPAA privacy rules and guidance from the Department of Homeland Security are included.
We hope you find this information useful and will continue to update this list as our team adds more resources. Read More
Read the latest article by Intraprise Health’s CEO, Sean Friel in Security Magazine.
“As the person in charge of your healthcare organization’s information technology, one of your responsibilities is protecting patients’ and clients’ information. This can be difficult because third-party vendors with whom you contract can unwittingly jeopardize the security of that information. But you can take steps today to help prevent those problems tomorrow.
Data breaches are increasingly on the minds of every C-suite executive in healthcare. Reading about security breaches can make the mightiest execs groan at the possibility something like that could happen to their healthcare organization.” Read More