Health care data is under cyberattacks like never before. Why? Because the value of a stolen health record is more than 10 times the value of a stolen credit card number! Health care ransomware incidents are on the rise, and just in Q1 2016, the FBI reported as much as $209 million of loss in ransom among health care providers. The seemingly endless stream of ransomware attacks is rendering health care companies helpless. In response to these health care industry threats, there is an industry-wide drive to protect patient data, avoid privacy violations and prevent denial-of-service attacks.
We invite you to join Veeam® and Xtium, a Platinum level Veeam Cloud & Service Provider (VCSP) partner, in a discussion about data security trends and best practices in health care data security. For the past 10 years, Xtium has been delivering secure cloud solutions and services, and helping small-to-medium-sized businesses (SMBs) across various industries — including health care — stay resistant and protected from cyberattacks and ransomware. Tim Vogel, co-founder and CEO at Xtium, will share his experience and statistics on maintaining security and compliance in the health care companies.
In this recorded webinar, we will discuss important changes in government and health care industry security requirements, including the growing adoption of the HITRUST Common Security Framework. Tim Vogel and Michael Stupartis, senior systems engineer at Veeam, will explain many of the challenges and opportunities facing SMBs in the health care space today, including:
We encourage you to attend and welcome any of your clients or prospects!