Healthcare Providers Reveal No. 1 Patient Privacy Monitoring Solution

June 21, 2018 Marc Lalosh

Healthcare Providers Reveal No. 1 Patient Privacy Monitoring Solution

As the cybersecurity landscape continues to evolve, care providers are faced with a need for tools to defend against hackers, attackers, and insider threats. There are a plethora of vendors to help bolster privacy and security initiatives, but it’s important a care provider chooses a patient privacy monitoring solution that can handle the full lifecycle of privacy and security incidents and integrate with other systems within their environment to reduce complex workflows and mitigate risk.

To help healthcare organizations streamline the vetting and selection process, Black Book Market Research released its 2018 ranking of top cybersecurity services and solutions vendors for the healthcare industry. More than 680 provider organizations rated FairWarning’s Patient Privacy Intelligence® (PPI) platform highest in industry client satisfaction and loyalty, judging more than 410 vendors to identify top-performing solutions.

Black Book collects ballot results on 18 performance areas of operational excellence to rank vendors by software, systems, products, equipment, and outsourced service lines. The No. 1 companies named in each category are:

  • Patient privacy monitoring: FairWarning
  • Authorization and authentication: FireEye
  • Blockchain: Hashed Health
  • Compliance and risk management : Clearwater Compliance
  • Cybersecurity advisory and consultants: Leidos
  • Cybersecurity training and education: KNOWBE4
  • DDOS attack protection: Imperva
  • End-point security : Carbon Black
  • End-to-end enterprise cybersecurity : Symantec
  • Enterprise access management: Bomgar
  • Enterprise firewall networks: Fortinet
  • Healthcare data encryption: Onpage
  • Intrusion protection: Imperva
  • Ransomware protection: Zix Corporation
  • Secure communications platforms: Doc Halo
  • Security information and event management solutions: SPLUNK
  • Threat detection and cyberattack prevention: Digital Guardian

FairWarning founder and CEO Kurt Long said, “We are flattered that Black Book chose us as the leader in patient privacy monitoring. As the inventor of the category, we are always looking for new ways to collect data and serve our customers better than ever before. Our customers are under a lot of pressure, from new information security threats to OCR audits and escalated insider threats. We will continue to meet our customers’ needs to help them secure patient data and ensure trust between patient and provider.”

Read the official results for the patient privacy monitoring sector here

Learn more about Patient Privacy Intelligence

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