HEALTHCARE INDUSTRY CYBER THREATS

January 23, 2019

The number of affected patient records almost tripled from Q1 2018 to Q2 2018. Why Is It Happening? High value healthcare records - Personally Identifiable Information (PII) at 408$ per record - Highest Across Industries! 78% of healthcare staff lacked proper data privacy and security awareness. High Value of Intellectual Property.

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Swimlane

Organizations have been investing heavily in attack identification, threat intelligence and the staff required to triage, investigate and resolve security alerts. However, the traditional, manual processes leaves security teams struggling to keep up with the ever-increasing volume of work. Managers struggle to justify additional staff, and they lack visibility into their team’s current activities, metrics and performance. Alerts are not only going unresolved, they often go unseen.

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Infographic: Is Your Software Vulnerable to Cybercrime

Infographic | February 13, 2020

Third-party support and self-maintenance can’t protect youthe real solution is at the source. Don’t be fooled by third-party support providers and self-maintenance security methods. Security patching is essential for securing enterprise software, including Oracle’s. If you don’t own the code, you can’t access or update it. That leaves your software open to attack and your business open to risk.

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The future of cybersecurity in a digital world

Infographic | February 2, 2020

Data-driven technologies change the way the world works. And the more connected devices flourish, the more cybersecurity matters. There are more digitally connected devices than ever before—and the world is just getting started.

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CYBER SECURITY EXPOSURES INFOGRAPHIC

Infographic | January 16, 2020

It seems counterintuitive that cybercriminals would focus on small businesses. Major news outlets report on the largest incidents, which typically affect the largest companies. In the past, small businesses may have been able to neglect network security with little consequence, but this is not the case today. Small businesses generally have fewer IT resources and devote less time and money to cybersecurity than their larger counterparts.

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Cybersecurity Best Practices Every Enterprise Should Follow in 2020

Infographic | February 11, 2020

Lack of awareness in protecting customer’s sensitive data can lead to severe repercussions. Therefore, enterprises should be able to predict potential cybersecurity risks and invest more in building strategies against hackers. But then, those strategies don’t have to be complicated. In fact, simplifying your approach towards cybersecurity (or cybercriminals at large) can go a long way.Not sure if you are maintaining the right cyber hygiene for your business and your customers? Here are a few tips by industry leaders that could help.

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Necessity of Cloud Database Security Best Practices

Infographic | February 15, 2022

Cloud Database Security is essential as it is subject to numerous cybersecurity threats. A well-designed cloud database security best practice can effectively reduce the risk of cloud database breaches.

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Cyber attack infographic

Infographic | December 25, 2019

Are businesses today doing enough to succeed in the battle against cyber security threats and are the traditional methods they are using the most effective?

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Spotlight

Swimlane

Organizations have been investing heavily in attack identification, threat intelligence and the staff required to triage, investigate and resolve security alerts. However, the traditional, manual processes leaves security teams struggling to keep up with the ever-increasing volume of work. Managers struggle to justify additional staff, and they lack visibility into their team’s current activities, metrics and performance. Alerts are not only going unresolved, they often go unseen.

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