Compliance and Confidence: Healthcare 


Secure sensitive patient data & meet regulatory compliance.
Safeguard critical systems from cyber threats & disruptions.


RedLegg's Cybersecurity Services for Healthcare.


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The Critical Need for Cybersecurity in Healthcare

Medical institutions and healthcare providers increasingly depend on technology to provide critical services at scale. They need technology to maintain high levels of patient care and safeguard sensitive patient data. A stringent regulatory environment means that the healthcare industry must take data security and information governance as a high priority.

The cost of a data breach in healthcare is higher than most other industries, according to a new report from IBM—an average of about $10.93 million.

A cybersecurity event that makes medical networks, data, systems or applications that lead to disruptions or data inaccessibility (even for a short time) can have far-reaching and severe consequences.



That's why RedLegg offers comprehensive cybersecurity for hospitals and healthcare facilities with remote service delivery and 24x7 threat monitoring and support.

RedLegg Cybersecurity: Solving Healthcare's Toughest Challenges

Cybersecurity solutions that provide tangible benefits for the healthcare industry's pains.

At RedLegg, we have a deep understanding of cybersecurity challenges in healthcare and industry-specific compliance needs. Our Advisory team is always up-to-date with emerging and evolving threats to healthcare providers, new HIPAA regulation changes, and cutting-edge cybersecurity industry standards.


Data Breaches and Patient Privacy:

Most healthcare institutions today use cloud-based systems to store and process patient data. For example, medical insurance claims processing involves handling sensitive financial data. A data breach can potentially expose thousands of individuals to the risk of financial fraud.

Regulatory Compliance:

Healthcare is a highly regulated industry. HIPAA protects the confidentiality, integrity, and availability of ePHI (electronic protected health information) from unauthorized access, use, and disclosure. There are stringent penalties for data leaks or cyber attacks that compromise data security.

Ransomware Attacks:

EHRs, telemedicine, and online patient portals require uninterrupted access to data with no margin for downtime or service disruptions. They are prime targets for malware. For example, some types of malware steal login credentials, allowing hackers access to critical healthcare systems.

Legacy Systems and Vulnerabilities:

Many healthcare institutions still use outdated technology and legacy systems that don't have robust protection against new and evolving cyber threats. Healthcare systems must have robust backend technology to prevent any weak link in the chain or a vulnerability that opens the door for a cyber threat actor.

RedLegg's Specialized Solutions: Cybersecurity for Healthcare

We innovate, mediate, and collaborate to deliver the solutions your healthcare institution needs to face evolving security challenges, safeguard patient data, and provide continuous medical facilities without disruption or disrepute.

We know healthcare—just as well as you do—well, almost! Our healthcare specialists advise you on how to safeguard your digital assets and set the right priorities for building regulatory compliance and patient confidence.


  • vCISO Custom-Tailored Strategic Security Program for Healthcare
  • Tabletop Exercises for Healthcare Providers
  • HIPAA Risk Assessment
  • Cloud Security Assessment
  • Additional Services

We are true partners—not onlookers or passersby. We prioritize the threats specific to healthcare and support you with actionable information. We empower your team to achieve their goals—while we take care of security.

  • SIEM
  • Threat Intelligence
  • Incident Response
  • Managed Detection & Response
  • Automation-as-a-Service

Pen tests provide a sure-shot way to ensure you're protected. Simulated attacks expose vulnerabilities, and we recommend the fixes to keep your valuable patient data safe and your critical medical operations free from disruptions.

  • Vulnerability Scanning
  • Application Testing
  • Physical Pen Testing
  • Network Pen Testing

When your operations depend on critical medical systems, software-controlled devices, and patient portals, any disruption or downtime can impact patient treatments or health outcomes. Rely on our Identity and Access Management (IAM) solutions for seamless access and with stringent access control.

  • Identity & Access Management
  • Identity Governance & Administration
  • Privileged Access Management

The Benefits Of Working With Redlegg as Your Healthcare Cybersecurity Partner


Holistic Approach:

We look at the bigger picture. Our comprehensive approach combines the benefits of automation and human intelligence to give you a cohesive and proactive security strategy.


Efficiency and Speed:

We leverage automation to streamline workflows, accelerate response times, and give you easy access to actionable data and real-time reporting to improve decision-making accuracy.


Proactive Defense:

We empower you to continuously monitor your threat landscape to detect and prioritize vulnerabilities. The sooner you know the weak links, the better you can adjust your security posture.



Our Automation-as-a-Service offering is highly customizable, ensuring automation integrates seamlessly into your existing security environment.


Trusted Partner:

As a trusted partner, RedLegg equips you with custom tools, insights, and expertise unique to the threats facing your healthcare institution.



What are the primary cybersecurity threats faced by healthcare organizations?

Healthcare organizations become prime targets for cyber threat actors as they handle sensitive data and depend heavily on continuous network and cloud access for critical processes.

Here are some of the common threats they face:

Ransomware: Medical institutions rely heavily on digital data, EHRs, software-controlled devices, and online payment gateways. Malicious actors can hold these systems hostage until the attacker's demands are met.

Data breaches: The theft of sensitive patient information or financial data is one of the most common cyber threats healthcare institutions face as they gather, process, and store large amounts of sensitive data.

Identity fraud: Weak passwords or compromised access to systems allow malicious actors to access data like legitimate users, steal data, spread malware, or disrupt processes.

DDoS: Cyber threat actors can bombard critical networks or systems with huge amounts of traffic that overwhelm the system and cause downtime or disruptions in critical services. Usually, the threat actor then demands a ransom to restore access to the network or service.

Malware & Phishing: Patient portals or medical insurance claim processes are vulnerable to malware infections and phishing attacks.

Learn more about how RedLegg's Managed Security Services can protect your organization from these threats.

How can healthcare organizations balance the need for convenient patient data access with security measures?

Healthcare organizations must provide patients and administrative staff with convenient access to patient data and payment information while ensuring that sensitive data is protected with robust security measures.

Here are some ways to maintain the critical balance between convenience and security:

Role-based access: Provide strictly controlled access to individuals based on their roles, giving them access to only as much information as is needed to fulfill their functional duties.

Multi-factor authentication: Implement MFA as it requires an extra layer of verification, such as an OTP or security question, before granting access.

Identity Management: Educate staff and patients to set strong passwords and change them frequently to enhance the security of their accounts.

Data encryption: Use advanced data encryption methods for systems and processes that gather, process, store or transfer sensitive data.

Continuous monitoring: Deploy systems for continuous monitoring of the threat landscape, rapid detection of imminent attacks and swift response to incidents.

Take a look at RedLegg's cybersecurity solutions

What should healthcare organizations look for when selecting a cybersecurity provider?

Finding an experienced and reputable Managed Security Services Provider to partner with you for cybersecurity is critical.

Look for a cybersecurity services provider with:

  • Proven experience with the healthcare industry and a deep understanding of the challenges of security for healthcare
  • Knowledge of healthcare cybersecurity compliance and experience in adherence to industry-specific legal regulations such as HIPAA
  • Ability to tailor solutions for your organization's specific technology stack and threat landscape
  • Transparency and clarity in setting Service Level Agreements (SLAs) and setting clear goals for managing information security and data privacy

See if RedLEgg is the right-fit Managed Security Services Provider for your organization!

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