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Leading the Charge for Cybersecurity

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Leading the Charge for Cybersecurity

See how Huntress Managed Security stacks up against enterprise-first platforms – reviewed by businesses just like yours.

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Protect Your Patient Data

With patients’ care and data at risk, the health of your IT infrastructure is critical. Our fully managed platform simplifies your security strategy so you can focus on protecting what matters. We proactively address suspicious activity within your network and only alert you to things that require your attention. Plus, remediation can usually be done in just a few steps or with a single click.

Healthcare Cybersecurity Solutions

Managed EDR
Find and stop attackers targeting your patient data with constant managed detection and response for suspicious activity.
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MDR for Microsoft 365
Prevent threats from exploiting legitimate processes, stealing PII and money, and targeting additional contact information.
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Security Awareness Training
Stay ahead of common threats, like phishing and social engineering, by training employees to recognize real-world attacker tactics.
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Protecting Healthcare

Hacker morality has changed. They are disrupting patient care, leaving your organization open to liability, and crippling IT teams. How can you effectively and affordably protect your patients and your organization? Let Huntress help you.


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The number of days, on average, a healthcare data breach lasts before being discovered, compared to 204 days across other industries.


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Healthcare’s Unique Vulnerabilities

The healthcare industry has access to a lot of sensitive data—from personal health information (PHI) and personally identifiable information (PII) to financial records—and cybercriminals are eager to get their hands on it. These cybercriminals can find ways to sneak past conventional security measures to steal healthcare data.

Technology Advancements are a Double-Edged Sword

The healthcare security landscape is always evolving—the Internet of Medical Things (IoMT), a variety of IoT devices, dedicated apps, the shift towards cloud computing, and the expansion of remote telemedicine services are just a few examples. Unfortunately, more tech means more open doors for cyberattackers. This has created an urgent need for healthcare orgs to get proactive about fortifying their defenses against vulnerabilities

Small Healthcare: Budgets Are A Limiting Factor

Smaller healthcare providers can face overwhelming challenges in consistently monitoring and securing vulnerable points that cyberattacks could breach—mostly due to limited security budgets. You need an affordable, layered defense strategy that offers continuous monitoring, advanced detection, and quick response capabilities. This way, potential cyber threats can be stopped before they can access and compromise important patient data.

Aiming for Minimum Standards? It May Bring Regulatory Scrutiny

Today’s healthcare organizations face growing pressure from regulators, assessors, and insurers who all want solid proof of strong cybersecurity efforts. And that’s in addition to meeting strict standards set by organizations like the Office for Civil Rights (OCR) to protect private patient data. Plus, breaches not only jeopardize patient trust but also damage relationships with third-party organizations. But simply meeting minimum standards is no longer enough—stakeholders need to see strong systems in place that will prevent, detect, respond to, and recover from cyber threats.

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What Our Partners Have to Say

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“When Huntress calls, we answer because we know that’s the call that matters. We don’t have the luxury of having team members comb through logs and events all day. We need to be able to focus our attention on other priorities, and Huntress enables us to do that.”

Edward Griffin, Partner

Intelligent Technical Solutions

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“Huntress filters out all the noise. Their SOC team does a remarkable job of verifying threats and only sending alerts when they need our attention or action. Our techs know that when an alert from Huntress comes through, they better look at it.”

Tom Noon, VP of Operations

Blue Tree Technology

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“The human element is huge—that’s why we stay with Huntress because I trust their team. Their SOC team will call us and alert us to real vulnerabilities. We’ve never gotten a call from SentinelOne, let’s put it that way.”

Allan Jocson, President

Agilitec IT

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Want to learn how you can protect your patient data, endpoints, and identities? Get a demo tailored to your needs with our Huntress security experts.

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