Cyber Chasse- Alerts Healthcare Organizations

Cyber Chasse Alerts Healthcare Organizations over Increase in Cyber Attacks

Cyber Chasse alerts healthcare organizations over the increase in ransomware attacks in 2020. The threat response team at Cyber Chasse detected an increase in cyberattacks on hospitals across several countries.

Healthcare cybersecurity has become a growing concern, as health data is among the most targeted by cybercriminals. It is reported that the data breaches and phishing cost nearly $6 billion to the healthcare industry every year. The demand for the healthcare cybersecurity market has increased due to the increasing number of data breaches and cyberattacks in recent years.

Cyber Chasse leads the healthcare industry in best practices by offering advanced cybersecurity solutions to healthcare providers in the US. Anil Kumar Jayaprakash, Director of Cyber Chasse says, “The Majority of cyber attacks can take place through the exploitation of vulnerabilities in VPN systems. It is essential to keep the software updated and patch vulnerabilities in the VPN systems with the best practices”.

As per a report, the healthcare cybersecurity market will exceed $20 billion by 2025. The increasing number of cyber-attacks in hospitals, pharmaceutical, and other healthcare organizations is likely to propel the entire industry in the coming years. Hackers are introducing unique malware, as a result of which hospitals are facing difficulties in securing important information.

Cyber Chasse expands its use of Splunk to secure the IT network of healthcare organizations. Ivin Kuriakose, CEO of Cyber Chasse said, “Healthcare cybersecurity is our primary focus and we know how to plan proactively to protect the digital assets of healthcare organizations. We created a plan that incorporates cybersecurity solutions like – HIPAA risk analysis, penetration testing, network access control, data breach audit, SIEM, vulnerability threat management, etc.”.

Using Splunk Software, Cyber Chasse is helping healthcare organizations to gain insights into system performance, protect patient records, improve the uptime of online services, and deliver better access to the patient’s information. “Splunk is a critical part of our compliance initiatives in support of healthcare programs. It can help hospitals save millions of dollars by transforming IT operations and eliminate unnecessary tools” said Anil Kumar Jayaprakash.