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Improve IT security in healthcare with Mimecast
Regulations concerning patient data have created significant challenges for IT security in healthcare organizations. From the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) to regulations governing Protected Health Information (PHI), professionals charged with IT security in healthcare must have solutions in place to protect sensitive patient data from being exposed through theft, leaks or a medical records breach.
The challenge for ensuring IT security in healthcare is sheer volume and variety of threats to healthcare privacy and security. Sophisticated attacks such as spear-phishing and ransomware in healthcare are on the rise. Data leaks – whether inadvertent or malicious – can cause significant damage to reputation and. And unsecured email messages containing sensitive information are a constant threat to cybersecurity in healthcare.
To address IT security in healthcare, organizations often deploy a variety of points solutions from multiple vendors, each dealing with a specific threat. For organizations that want to avoid the cost and complexity of this approach, Mimecast offers an all-in-one solution for email security, archiving and continuity that can help to ensure privacy and security in healthcare information.
Mimecast provides solutions for IT security in healthcare through a cloud-based subscription service, enabling organizations to implement protection quickly and scale easily as needed. With Mimecast, organizations get solutions that can safeguard protected health information and prevent advanced attacks while ensuring email continuity and HIPAA IT compliance.
Mimecast solutions for IT security in healthcare include:
Mimecast solutions for IT security are used by more than 1000 healthcare organizations around the world. With Mimecast, IT teams can:
Learn more about IT security in healthcare and Mimecast.