Ensuring the Safety of Patient Information in the Digital Age

Cybersecurity Solutions for the Medical Sector

In the healthcare sector, patient confidentiality and data security are paramount. Explore our comprehensive cybersecurity solutions tailored to protect sensitive patient information, ensuring regulatory compliance and peace of mind for healthcare organizations.

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Patient Data Protection

We safeguard patient data by implementing robust security measures, encryption techniques, and access controls which ensure privacy and trust in your healthcare organization.

Regulatory Compliance

Our cybersecurity solutions adhere to healthcare regulations like HIPAA. Meet regulatory requirements and avoid legal and reputational risks with our tailored expertise.

Threat Detection

We stand vigilant against cyber threats, minimizing downtime and protecting your healthcare organization from the consequences of security breaches.

Secure Your IT Infrastructure with Penetration Testing for Healthcare Providers

Saturn Partners provides comprehensive penetration testing and vulnerability assessment services using cutting-edge tools and techniques.

Ensure your business is secure from cybercrime by identifying and addressing system vulnerabilities before they are exploited by hackers.

Risk Evaluation

Top Ten HIPAA Cybersecurity Violations

The HHS Office of Civil Rights/Centers for Medicaid and Medicare, as well as the FTC have recently identified ten common violations concerning HIPAA Security Rule.

1.) Poor Access Control Policies

This involves ensuring restricted access controls for protecting and storing electronic Protected Health Information (ePHI).

2.) Failure to Encrypt and Secure Data

Involves the need to implement either addressable or mandatory implementation specifications for data security.

3.) Device Theft

This violation is significant given that a large percentage of healthcare data breaches result from the loss or theft of mobile devices or files.

4.) Improper Disposal of PHI & Medical Data

It's essential to properly dispose of both physical and electronic PHI.

5.) Impermissible PHI Disclosure and Employee Misconduct

This includes failing to notify patients when their unsecured PHI is compromised.

6.) Failure to Enter Business Associate Agreements (BAA) with Third-Party Contractors

This is required for any business associate that may come in contact with PHI.

7.) Failure to Conduct an Organization-Wide Risk Analysis

This foundational element of the HIPAA Security Rule involves assessing potential risks and vulnerabilities to the confidentiality, integrity, and availability of ePHI.

8.) Failure to Report a Data Breach

This includes not reporting breaches in a timely and proper manner, which can lead to civil and criminal penalties.

9.) Denying or Delaying Patient Access to Health Records

HIPAA covered entities are required to provide individuals with access to their PHI upon request.

10.) Lack of HIPAA Certified Employee Training

This involves ensuring that healthcare employees are trained in cybersecurity best practices to prevent data breaches