Intraprise Health’s cybersecurity preparedness services help organizations identify vulnerabilities and prepare their organizations to prevent and respond to cybersecurity breaches and incidents.
It is no surprise that with attacks on healthcare organizations on the rise, healthcare security teams are racing against the clock to protect their organizations from cybersecurity attacks.
Intraprise Health’s Penetration Testing experts examine an organization’s existing vulnerabilities to uncover security blind spots to determine to what extent they can be exploited. Our penetration testing expert (“ethical hacker”) simulates the actions of an external cyber attacker to expose critical systems and strives to gain access to sensitive data. Utilizing Open Source Intelligence Techniques, and discovery scanning, our experts scrutinize any vulnerabilities that are identified and attempt to exploit those vulnerabilities.
Using a mix of proven penetration frameworks and tools containing databases of known exploits as well as proprietary tools that are deployed against a set of discoverable entry points and the services that run on them, Intraprise Health identifies vulnerabilities, and recommends remediation. These recommendations are included in a Report of Findings that scores the risks based on severity, and also provides associated remediation recommendations.
Phishing campaigns have a two-fold benefit. First, they test an organization’s overall level of awareness about these very common, but high-risk attacks. Second, they create an opportunity to improve user competence for those susceptible to compromise through personalized learning experiences.
The best safeguard against targeted phishing attacks is to educate staff and ensure they know how critical their role is in protecting the information they possess. Educating staff on current threats, like phishing attacks, empowers them to become proactive protectors of your organization’s most valuable asset — your data.
Tabletop exercises are a proven method for practicing the skills and knowledge needed to implement a plan or operation during an incident from within that organization or across several organizations.
Our tabletop exercises are discussion-based sessions where team members meet in an informal, classroom setting to discuss their roles during a crisis like, a data breach or disaster recovery scenario, as well as practice their responses to various high-value scenarios. Most tabletop exercises can be conducted in a few hours and create an environment for shared learning and cross-organization collaboration.
Tabletop exercise topics can include business continuity and disaster recovery, as well as various breach management and incident response issues.