NaviSec, a company that addresses full-service cybersecurity needs for small-to-medium sized businesses, announced the launch of its scalable portfolio of offensive and defensive cybersecurity services for the healthcare industry.
NaviSec offers a holistic approach, allowing its customers—from healthcare and service provider organizations to energy and manufacturing organizations—to leverage its best-in-class cybersecurity offerings based on the customer’s current and evolving needs and strengthen their security posture.
“Security is not linear – every organization has unique requirements based on their industry, size, expertise and assets. Due to this wide-open landscape, companies do the bare minimum to meet compliance requirements,” said Sean Nobles, president of NaviSec.
“But cybersecurity programs can and should be tailored to individual needs without high costs or using an abundance of resources. At NaviSec, we ensure a personalized approach to prioritize and address all potential cybersecurity needs.”
According to a report by the Ponemon Institute, fifty-eight percent of small businesses have experienced a data breach in the past 12 months. What’s more, cybersecurity is a top concern in healthcare, but only 29 percent of healthcare organizations report having a comprehensive cybersecurity program in place, cited in the 2018 CHIME Healthcare’s Most Wired survey.
NaviSec’s extensive experience in the healthcare industry includes support with effectively securing protected health information (PHI) and reaching effective HIPAA compliance.
Additionally, the platform meets compliance standards for the Payment Card Industry (PCI), the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) and the Federal Financial Institutions Examination Council (FFIEC).
In addition to its work with healthcare and service providers, NaviSec has experience securing energy, manufacturing, local government, insurance, legal practices, real estate and other small businesses. The organization also works with IT solutions companies to augment and expand their ability to perform cybersecurity services.
“We are thrilled to continue our partnership with NaviSec,” said Zack Kilburn, chief technology officer at InSync Healthcare Solutions. “They’ve instilled one of our company’s primary objectives that security is a continuous learning and tuning evolution and never has an end. We appreciate their expertise, attention to detail and expansive knowledge base as a trusted partner.”
NaviSec’s offerings include the following full-service portfolio of core products:
- Delta: Delta’s offensive security services gives customers a full view of their environment from an attacker’s perspective. With Delta, customers have access to regular vulnerability assessments and penetration testing to identify security flaws.
- Sentry: Sentry offers a range of defensive security services to assess network setup and design or handle implementation and holistic management. Services include managed firewall, managed secure WiFi, and secure infrastructure design.
- Atlas: NaviSec’s 24/7 managed Security Operations Center (SOC) provides full visibility into a customer’s network and endpoints, detecting attackers before they breach valuable data assets. Atlas users benefit from the expertise of NaviSec’s team of SOC analysts. Services include threat hunting, log monitoring, active real-time threat response, next generation behavior based antivirus, incident handling and reporting.