EHR Penetration Testing

Cybersecurity Services for EHR Providers – Protect What Matters Most

Healthcare software applications are faced with security threats, data breaches and cyberattacks more than ever these days. Is your electronic health record (EHR) software application secure and how do you ensure protected health information (PHI) isn’t leaked or compromised? EHRs are tremendously valuable in retaining and exchanging patient data. When implemented, health care providers must remain focused on the high-priority responsibility of securing all data stored within the application. Protect what matters most with Drummond’s EHR Security Testing and Risk Analysis to identify, document, and remediate potential threats and vulnerabilities to keep your business safe from attackers.

To protect electronic patient health information (PHI), we help you look at your application the way a hacker would. Drummond security experts help identify potential vulnerabilities and show you how hackers try to exploit those vulnerabilities. Our security experts will focus on the following key areas of your EHRs:

  • Ransomware
  • Locking down and securing how data is shared via interoperability
    • Ensuring all interfaces HL72x/3x/FHIR/API are secure
  • Identity management (as data is shared with other entities)

At Drummond, our highly skilled security professionals use the latest penetration testing techniques and adhere to industry-accepted testing methods. We will run automated scans and then manually test your patient portal, website, and other internet-based applications or modules to help you manage risks and mitigate potential data breaches. Through our evaluations and focus on addressing potential risks, Drummond facilitates necessary steps for you to stay ahead of threats, including ransomware attacks and email phishing against connected medical devices. The result will be a detailed report outlining any vulnerabilities identified with recommendations on how to better defend the systems.

Securing healthcare data begins with identifying your EHR application’s most pressing issues and determining your organization’s level of risk. Risks are not always electronic as they can also be related to human factors. A comprehensive analysis can address these questions as a starting point:

  • What healthcare information requires protection against potential threats?
  • Where is it located?
  • What policies exist to protect your data and have they been properly implemented?
  • Are there adequate technical safeguards protecting electronic health records?
  • Is there a documented incident response plan in the case of data loss or breach?

Healthcare organizations may have technology and procedures in place to prevent data theft, but it’s difficult for organizations to identify every security weakness. It is best practice to have an independent third party test the security of your EHR application and avoid any conflict of interest. With our in-house expertise, Drummond has trusted and reliable security professionals on staff with experience in adversarial testing of EHR platforms.

Reduce your risk today!

For more information about our penetration test solutions and services or to receive a quote, contact us.

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