on the safe side of healthcare software

We help you to keep sensitive patient information safe and comply with regulations.

Minimize the risk of data breaches by identifying and remediating vulnerabilities in an organization’s IT systems, applications, policies and procedures.

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Healthcare data security services We Offer

Security Assessment

Protect your business against cyber attacks and ensure that sensitive information is not accessed, used, disclosed, disrupted, modified, or destroyed.

A security assessment will identify any areas of weakness and provide guidance on how to address them with several levels of protection.

Cloud Infrastructure Security

We provide tech consultations on the confidentiality, integrity and availability of a healthcare provider's cloud resources and sensitive data.

The team will assess the current security state and recommend measures and best practices to secure the cloud environment.

Regulatory Compliance

Stay compliant with regulations such as HIPAA, GDPR and CCPA.

A compliance assessment can help you understand your responsibilities and identify any areas where changes may be necessary to ensure compliance with these regulations.

Authentication & Access Control

Multi-factor, two-factor authentication and access control are security measures that are used to control access to sensitive patient information within a healthcare organization.

Avoid unauthorised access to patient data and ensure that only authorised users can access sensitive patient information and electronic health records.

End-to-end IT Security Testing

Identify and evaluate potential vulnerabilities in software, IT infrastructure, policies and procedures.

By detecting, analyzing and helping to remediate any flaws, and human errors, quality assurance services help organizations prevent security breaches and stay compliant with regulations.

Apply security best practices, tools, and testing into the software development lifecycle from the beginning

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Integrate security into your software development process



From the start identify and integrate security requirements into the overall software structure. Specify any security regulations or healthcare data security standards that the software must adhere to.



Review the software architecture and design to ensure that it includes appropriate security controls. This includes identifying any potential security weaknesses and addressing them during the design phase.



When developing software for the healthcare industry, it’s vital to follow industry-specific security guidelines and protocols to ensure the protection of sensitive patient information.


For features that are yet to be ideated, designed, and developed. For up-and-running products that are to be maintained, put through security tests, and updated regularly.



To deploy software, there must be a secure environment. Use access management controls, encryption and regular security audit to enhance security in a deployed environment.



Regularly update and patch healthcare software to address new security vulnerabilities as part of an ongoing healthcare cybersecurity process.

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Keep patient data
protected at all times
Meet all the
compliance criteria
patient trust
Be resilient to cyber
attacks and threats
Provide secure
remote access
Prevent security
patient care
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According to a 2020 Verizon report, nearly 38% of healthcare organizations reported experiencing a breach on their devices within the past year.

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Regulations and standards we work with

I worked with Andrew (CEO) and several of their developers. I also worked with one of their product managers, a designer, and a DevOps person for a little bit.

One of the nice things about using them is that we could use some of their resources for a limited time on an as-needed basis, and didn’t need to hire full-time employees. That also made vetting easier.

Head of Engineering
HealthTech Co
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Enhanced security for the dental system

We overhauled the outdated system for dental referrals, enhanced its security, resilience, and improved the overall performance.

The app is being turned into a full-scale platform, reliable for preserving and managing the patients’ sensitive data. Also, the AWS migration process led to improved app efficiency.


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Q&A: healthcare data security services


The biggest security threat to healthcare data is often considered to be cyber attacks such as hacking, phishing, and malware. These types of attacks can compromise sensitive patient information such a medical records and lead to data breaches.

Data loss during migration operations or data processing in healthcare can pose a significant cybersecurity risk. To mitigate these risks, healthcare organizations should implement robust security measures, such as encryption and secure data transfer protocols, and conduct thorough testing before and after any migration or data processing operations.

Additionally, they should have incident response plans in place to quickly and effectively respond to any security breaches that may occur.

Lack of employee training, weak passwords, and outdated systems and software can also contribute to the risk of a data breach in the healthcare industry.

Healthcare organizations can protect patient data by implementing a number of security measures. Such as regular security assessments, proper employee training, incorporating the best practices of quality assurance and keeping up to date with industry standards and regulations.

Also, implementing backup and rollback best practices can help mitigate the risk of data loss during migration operations or data processing in healthcare.

  • Regularly update software and firmware.
  • Implement network segmentation.
  • Use strong authentication.
  • Conduct regular security assessments.
  • Provide employee training.
  • Follow industry standards and guidelines.
  • Regularly monitor the network for unusual activity.
  • Implement secure communication protocols.
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