Healthcare faces a huge challenge keeping patient information secure as it adopts new technology and continues to modernize. — Tony Gauda, CEO and Founder of ThinAir
SAN FRANCISCO (PRWEB)
November 28, 2017
ThinAir, the world’s first insider threat detection and investigation platform, will be participating in the upcoming National Health-ISAC (NH-ISAC) 2017 Fall Summit at Fairmont Scottsdale Princess in Scottsdale, Arizona from November 28-30. The conference brings together IT and Security leaders from private and public hospitals, healthcare providers, health insurance payers, pharmaceutical and information organizations to discuss the latest trends in cybersecurity, threat intelligence and risk assessment.
On November 30, ThinAir (booth #29) will be participating in the NH-ISAC Grand Rounds to be held in the Hospitality Suite, where attendees will be given an opportunity to learn how ThinAir can help achieve HIPAA compliance, drive down the risk and impact of a data breach and keep their patients’ ePHI information safe. After the presentation, attendees will be given the chance to participate in a Q&A with ThinAir, to learn how healthcare providers can quickly enable real time assessment, investigation and monitoring without impacting their end user information flow and productivity.
“Insider threats and cyberattacks are a major issue for the Healthcare industry. Healthcare faces a huge challenge keeping patient information secure as it adopts new technology and continues to modernize,” said Tony Gauda, CEO of ThinAir. “It is critical for healthcare organizations to not only gain complete and continuous visibility into their sensitive data, but implement a plan and tools for identifying, analyzing and responding quickly and mitigating the damage, when a data leak or breach occurs.”
ThinAir continuously tracks user- and application-data interactions and instantly answers sophisticated questions about information creation, consumption and communication through easy to use search and analytics, alerting and reporting. It addresses the risk posed by negligent or malicious insiders and gives you an information chain of custody, empowering healthcare providers and business associate IT and IS…