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
Health systems are experiencing a barrage of cybersecurity attacks. Establishing a strong security program is paramount to thwart bad actors’ plans of gaining access to critical data and systems.
The majority of health systems have a security program in place, but programs will continually need to be strengthened and refined. What can health systems proactively do to continually enhance their security programs?
KLAS reached out to healthcare-focused cybersecurity firms and asked the following question: “What can health systems do today to avoid pitfalls and gaps in their security programs?” 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.
By Harrison Welsh, CompTIA Security+, Intraprise Health
For more than two decades, cybersecurity has been an increasing priority across industries such as finance, retail, social media, e-commerce and healthcare. This is due to a number of factors, including the escalation of threats to enterprise information security, increased connectivity with third parties, the growing number of network enabled IOT devices, increasing human error, instances of insider threat and the enhanced sophistication of security attacks (e.g., Ransomware and Spear Phishing Campaigns). While organizations have focused on strengthening their cybersecurity posture, the concern for individual privacy rights has become an increasing challenge. Read More
The COVID-19 pandemic has created an unprecedented impact on the healthcare community in the U.S. and throughout the world. It has forced an entire industry to think differently, innovate and adapt on the fly, and rethink their internal processes to support the spectrum of services they provide.
Long-standing, and seemingly well-established processes for procuring products and services are being reconsidered to meet the immediate and critical demand. Organizations must quickly engage with new third parties (vendors) and/or look to existing third parties for new products and services to respond to the crisis, all the while adhering to the required HIPAA Security and Privacy rules.
Even with the urgent need in the marketplace today for products and services, healthcare organizations cannot ignore third-party risk management (TPRM), which identifies and manages risks posed by third parties that provide software and services.
Read Intraprise Health’s article in the May issue of Security Magazine
Yardley, PA, March 3, 2020– Intraprise Health, one of HITRUST’s longest tenured external assessors and a leading provider of highly rated, healthcare-specific cybersecurity services, today announced that Ryan Patrick, Senior Vice President of Security Products, and Melissa Hawkins, Information Security Team Lead, have again been named as members of the 2020 HITRUST External Assessor Council. Ryan and Melissa were initially selected to serve on the HITRUST External Assessor Council in 2019. Ryan was also named to the Council’s Quality Assurance subcommittee, aimed at further upholding the Council’s continued focus on maintaining a standard of excellence. Read More