For over twenty years, Sayers has been partnering with healthcare clients to proactively protect their organizations with solutions and services for Cybersecurity, Infrastructure & Cloud.
Active client base represents over 300 hospitals
University Health Systems
Largest Private Healthcare System
Leading Children's Research Hospital
Healthcare Certification Organization
Major Health Insurance Organizations
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We offer a host of services to help address your IT needs.
Prepare for a ransomware attack with our Ransomware Readiness Workshop, specifically designed to help you understand and mitigate risks.
Assess your Disaster Recovery Program based on the Capability Maturity Model Integration (CMMI) Maturity Rating Scale.
Assess the Maturity of your Business Continuity Program and see where it could use some improvement.
Assess your Cybersecurity Health and see where it could use some improvement.
Storage, Compute, Disaster Recovery, Business Continuity, Wireless, Tech Refresh, Azure Cloud Service Provider (CSP), Virtual Desktop Infrastructure.Contact Us
Risk Audits, Attack Surface Security, Secure Access Service Edge (SASE), Threat & Vulnerability Management, Next Gen Firewall, Identity, End Point Security, Network Access Control, Web Application Firewall, Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS), Internet of Medical Things (IoMT), Managed Detection and Response (MDR), Managed Security Service Provider (MSSP), Application Security, Data Protection, Cloud Security, Encryption.Contact Us
Cybersecurity is crucial in healthcare to ensure patient care is not disrupted. In addition, healthcare organization have a significant amount of the sensitive and personal information that is stored within electronic health records. Medical records contain a wealth of information, including patients’ names, addresses, social security numbers, medical histories, and more. This makes them prime targets for cybercriminals who seek to steal or exploit this information. A data breach can have serious consequences for patients, healthcare providers, and healthcare organizations alike. It can lead to identity theft, financial fraud, damage to reputation, loss of trust from patients, and legal repercussions. In addition to protecting patient information, cybersecurity in healthcare also helps maintain the integrity of medical devices and systems that are used in patient care. By implementing strong cybersecurity measures and staying up-to-date with the latest threats and vulnerabilities, healthcare organizations can help ensure that their patients’ information remains confidential and secure.
Cyber attacks in healthcare can take many forms, but one example is ransomware. Ransomware is a type of malware that encrypts the victim’s data, disrupts patient care and related systems, and demands payment (and threatens extortion) in exchange for the decryption key. In the case of healthcare organizations, this can be particularly devastating as it may prevent access to critical patient information or even shut down hospital systems entirely. This type of cyber attack not only puts patient care at risk but also poses a significant financial burden on healthcare organizations. As the healthcare industry becomes increasingly reliant on technology to provide care, it is crucial that organizations take steps to protect themselves from cyber threats like ransomware.
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