3 Key Components of a SOC: Why a Hybrid Solution May be Best

Posted by Michael Milholland on Apr 27, 2021 2:00:00 PM

There are many challenges that come with building a SOC in-house, including finding and retaining IT talent. Modern MDR providers can help fill in the gaps by allowing organizations to offload many of these complex components to experts who focus solely on building out exceptional security platforms that scale.

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Topics: cybersecurity, healthcare, healthcare IT, MDR, Managed Detection and Response, Security Operations Center

The Top 3 Benefits of SIEM as a Service vs. Purchasing Off-the-Shelf

Posted by Jason Riddle on Apr 26, 2021 2:00:00 PM

The latest generation of MAXX SIEM enables healthcare IT teams to punch above their weight class, eliminating irrelevant background noise and false positives.

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Topics: cybersecurity, healthcare, healthcare IT, SIEM, MDR, Managed Detection and Response

3 Reasons Your Operational Workflows Are Suffering

Posted by Jason Riddle on Apr 22, 2021 12:10:37 PM

Operational workflows for healthcare cybersecurity are complex. Getting this right (or not) can be the difference between an effective cyber operations program and an ineffective one.

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Topics: cybersecurity, healthcare IT, MDR, Managed Detection and Response

Why a Purpose Built MDR is the Answer to your Integration Challenges

Posted by Michael Milholland on Apr 21, 2021 9:12:14 AM

Even best of breed security products and systems are extremely complex to manage. Without proper orchestration, you could be wasting valuable company resources on solutions that aren’t working together, ultimately leaving your organization vulnerable.

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Topics: cybersecurity, healthcare IT, MDR, Managed Detection and Response

The Evolution of Threat Detection and Response: Why Integration Expertise is Crucial

Posted by Doug Bailey on Apr 20, 2021 7:30:00 AM

Threat detection and response is top of mind for healthcare organizations facing increasingly aggressive ransomware attacks. So, what is MDR, and how does proper integration improve its efficacy?

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Topics: cybersecurity, healthcare IT, MDR, Managed Detection and Response

CyberMaxx Introduces MAXX MDR Solution

Posted by Madison Tracy on Apr 19, 2021 9:00:00 AM

MAXX MDR is the next generation of Managed Detection and Response, providing proactive prevention and rapid response to today’s and tomorrow’s most pervasive threats.

 

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Topics: cybersecurity, healthcare IT, MDR, Managed Detection and Response

Ransomware Attacks: Don't Think It Can Happen to You?

Posted by Erin Kennedy on Mar 25, 2021 1:22:41 PM

The DoD warns healthcare to be ready for an imminent cyberattack. Experts share tactics to protect against a harmful ransomware.

 

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Topics: cybersecurity, healthcare, healthcare IT, HIPAA, ransomware, MDR

The State of Healthcare Cybersecurity During Covid-19

Posted by Erin Kennedy on Mar 10, 2021 2:58:56 PM

Healthcare IT experts recommend making these changes to your cybersecurity plan in order to stay ahead of the changes in policy and worsening cybercrime.

 

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Topics: cybersecurity, healthcare IT, HIPAA, Covid19, MDR

A Shifting Workforce: Protecting A Remote Workforce with Advanced Threat Intelligence

Posted by Erin Kennedy on Aug 4, 2020 7:54:49 AM

A Shifting Workforce: Protecting A Remote Workforce with Advanced Threat Intelligence for AWS and Azure

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Topics: cybersecurity, managed security services, healthcare IT, IDS/IPS, intrusion detection, intrusion prevention, what is IDS/IPS, AWS, Azure, cloud

Amid COVID-19, CyberMaxx™ Releases Extensive, Timely Research on the Future of Cybersecurity in Healthcare

Posted by Erin Kennedy on May 28, 2020 4:14:45 PM

When we adjust to our "new normal" after COVID-19, is your healthcare organization protected against the increasing threats facing your new business operations?

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Topics: MSSP, managed security services, healthcare, healthcare IT, HIPAA, SOC, certifications

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