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Cybersecurity expert gives tips on how to protect passwords and privacy

Capabilities online are expanding every day but so are the risks. One simple miss-click can expose you to a whole host of problems. An online security expert offers ways for people to best protect themselves in today’s cyber world

HIPAA Compliance

 “Trusted Leaders in Healthcare Security”

The responsibility of protecting PHI and maintaining HIPAA compliance is a huge challenge. Patients are demanding their privacy be protected, yet unimpeded access to this data can mean the difference between life and death. Security compliance is not only the law, there is an ethical obligation to protect confidential information.

EHS is a leading provider of healthcare security services. We’re a trusted partner throughout the healthcare industry, and we’ve helped hundreds of covered entities navigate HIPAA compliance, lower security risk, and protect PHI. We offer  healthcare organizations comprehensive HIPAA risk assessments, risk assessment tools, and a suite of security consulting services.

Our HIPAA risk assessments are designed to comply with HIPAA (and/or HITECH) privacy, security, and breach notification rules.  They also meet EHR Meaningful Use Incentive Program requirements for eligible hospitals and eligible providers.

 

Learn About PCI Compliance

The Payment Card Industry Council was created by American Express, Discover Financial Services, JCB International, MasterCard, and Visa Inc. The Council’s goal is to “develop, enhance, disseminate and assist with the understanding of security standards for payment account security.”

Consequently, the Council instituted the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS). Many versions have been created over the years as they learn about new threats and technology advances. The most current is version 3.2.1 (updated in May of 2018). PCI DSS provides a baseline of technical and operational requirements designed to protect account data.

Some of the requirements for PCI compliance can include:

Penetration Testing

“Penetration Testing Excellence Built on the Talent of World-Class Security Engineers”

As global cyber-attacks become increasingly more sophisticated, protecting against and avoiding a targeted attack has become extremely difficult, if not impossible. Advanced hackers can exploit seemingly insignificant vulnerabilities, avoid detection, and hide malicious activity. If your company or network is targeted, the resulting security breach can be devastating, and could spell disaster for your entire organization.

To truly understand potential security threats, EHS takes a comprehensive real-world approach to analyzing the security risk to your infrastructure, applications, and employees. A team of dedicated and professional security engineers simulate controlled hacking attacks that malicious adversaries could use to compromise systems, infiltrate facilities, and steal sensitive data.

 

Vulnerability Scanning

With network vulnerability assessment, you can find the weak spots in your critical assets and take corrective action before attackers exploit them to sabotage your business or steal your confidental data.

Constant application updates and changes to application and system configurations can introduce vulnerabilities and leave you susceptible to an attack, even if you are keeping your security controls up to date. To keep your data secure, you must continuously scan your systems and devices to detect vulnerabilities as they arise.

Once detected, you must assess the potential threat of those vulnerabilities and prioritize your remediation activities to deal with the greatest threats first. This is no small task, as you must consider multiple factors:

  • How business-critical or sensitive is the vulnerable asset?
  • Have any intrusions or exploits been attempted on the vulnerable asset?
  • How is the vulnerability being exploited by attackers in the wild?

 

Wifi Security Testing

Wireless is here to stay and becoming more and more pervasive. Understanding wireless and the risks and vulnerabilities involved with its use are crucial concerns for your organization’s security staff.

 

We have all heard the horror stories associated with a company’s Wi-Fi used to breach their security. The most famous case is the TJ Maxx case. TJ Maxx’s parent company secured its wireless LAN (Local Area Network) using Wired Equivalent Privacy (WEP). WEP is the weakest form of security available for securing wireless LANs. Hackers broke in and stole records: which included millions of credit card numbers.

How Do I

Become Compliant?

As stated, penetration testing for 27001 is not mandated but recommended as part of the sustainment process. While many companies feel that, once attained, ISO certification lasts forever, in fact, a company must show through risk assessments, management reviews and testing that it continues to maintain its ISMS to ISO 27001 standards. Penetration testing would demonstrate a commitment to the ISO 27001 process and would positively contribute to the recertification process.

To truly understand potential security threats, EHS takes a comprehensive real-world approach to analyzing the security risk to your infrastructure, applications, and employees. A team of dedicated and professional security engineers simulate controlled hacking attacks that malicious adversaries could use to compromise systems, infiltrate facilities, and steal sensitive data.

 

HIPPA Compliance

HIPAA Compliance

 “Trusted Leaders in Healthcare Security”

The responsibility of protecting PHI and maintaining HIPAA compliance is a huge challenge. Patients are demanding their privacy be protected, yet unimpeded access to this data can mean the difference between life and death. Security compliance is not only the law, there is an ethical obligation to protect confidential information.

EHS is a leading provider of healthcare security services. We’re a trusted partner throughout the healthcare industry, and we’ve helped hundreds of covered entities navigate HIPAA compliance, lower security risk, and protect PHI. We offer  healthcare organizations comprehensive HIPAA risk assessments, risk assessment tools, and a suite of security consulting services.

Our HIPAA risk assessments are designed to comply with HIPAA (and/or HITECH) privacy, security, and breach notification rules.  They also meet EHR Meaningful Use Incentive Program requirements for eligible hospitals and eligible providers.

 

PCI Compliance

Learn About PCI Compliance

The Payment Card Industry Council was created by American Express, Discover Financial Services, JCB International, MasterCard, and Visa Inc. The Council’s goal is to “develop, enhance, disseminate and assist with the understanding of security standards for payment account security.”

Consequently, the Council instituted the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS). Many versions have been created over the years as they learn about new threats and technology advances. The most current is version 3.2.1 (updated in May of 2018). PCI DSS provides a baseline of technical and operational requirements designed to protect account data.

Some of the requirements for PCI compliance can include:

Penetration Testing

Penetration Testing

“Penetration Testing Excellence Built on the Talent of World-Class Security Engineers”

As global cyber-attacks become increasingly more sophisticated, protecting against and avoiding a targeted attack has become extremely difficult, if not impossible. Advanced hackers can exploit seemingly insignificant vulnerabilities, avoid detection, and hide malicious activity. If your company or network is targeted, the resulting security breach can be devastating, and could spell disaster for your entire organization.

To truly understand potential security threats, EHS takes a comprehensive real-world approach to analyzing the security risk to your infrastructure, applications, and employees. A team of dedicated and professional security engineers simulate controlled hacking attacks that malicious adversaries could use to compromise systems, infiltrate facilities, and steal sensitive data.

 

Vulnerability Scanning

Vulnerability Scanning

With network vulnerability assessment, you can find the weak spots in your critical assets and take corrective action before attackers exploit them to sabotage your business or steal your confidental data.

Constant application updates and changes to application and system configurations can introduce vulnerabilities and leave you susceptible to an attack, even if you are keeping your security controls up to date. To keep your data secure, you must continuously scan your systems and devices to detect vulnerabilities as they arise.

Once detected, you must assess the potential threat of those vulnerabilities and prioritize your remediation activities to deal with the greatest threats first. This is no small task, as you must consider multiple factors:

  • How business-critical or sensitive is the vulnerable asset?
  • Have any intrusions or exploits been attempted on the vulnerable asset?
  • How is the vulnerability being exploited by attackers in the wild?

 

WiFi Testing

Wifi Security Testing

Wireless is here to stay and becoming more and more pervasive. Understanding wireless and the risks and vulnerabilities involved with its use are crucial concerns for your organization’s security staff.

 

We have all heard the horror stories associated with a company’s Wi-Fi used to breach their security. The most famous case is the TJ Maxx case. TJ Maxx’s parent company secured its wireless LAN (Local Area Network) using Wired Equivalent Privacy (WEP). WEP is the weakest form of security available for securing wireless LANs. Hackers broke in and stole records: which included millions of credit card numbers.

ISO 27001Compliant

How Do I

Become Compliant?

As stated, penetration testing for 27001 is not mandated but recommended as part of the sustainment process. While many companies feel that, once attained, ISO certification lasts forever, in fact, a company must show through risk assessments, management reviews and testing that it continues to maintain its ISMS to ISO 27001 standards. Penetration testing would demonstrate a commitment to the ISO 27001 process and would positively contribute to the recertification process.

To truly understand potential security threats, EHS takes a comprehensive real-world approach to analyzing the security risk to your infrastructure, applications, and employees. A team of dedicated and professional security engineers simulate controlled hacking attacks that malicious adversaries could use to compromise systems, infiltrate facilities, and steal sensitive data.

 

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