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Cybercrime is “a crime where a computer or device is the object of the crime or is used as a tool to commit an offence.” The offender may use a device to gain access to the targeted user’s personal details, confidential business information, government data, or to disable a device. Selling or eliciting the content mentioned above online is also considered a cybercrime.
Over the past few years there has been a significant increase in cyber crime targeted at the SME market. There are two factors contributing to this rising epidemic. First, is the rise of crypto-currencies, which has enabled anyone in the world to be paid a sum of money without being identified or held accountable (e.g. ransomware). Second, is the increased focus on security by the enterprise sector, meaning that targeting a large number of small businesses has become far more effective than attacks aimed at high-security large companies.
Cyber security is an ever-evolving technology and as our systems become more accessible on the internet, we are more vulnerable to attacks of cybercrime. We are seeing an increase in cybercrime targeting businesses, particularly in the healthcare sector.
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Significantly Reduce Your

Clinic’s Cyber Risk With These Steps

Assess your clinic’s cyber security risk

Complete our online health check to access your clinic’s security risk score.

Implement the easy-to-follow cyber security framework

With your risk dashboard you can then work through areas that are putting your clinic at risk. Framework assists you implement cyber security policies with our policy templates along with actionable checklists.

Deliver online training to your team

Utilise our short engaging online training videos for your team and measure their engagement and compliance over time. It will identify those members who are a potential risk to your clinic and offers them targeted training.
Phishing simulations throughout the year also aim to educate team members. With access to multiple campaign templates, you can send out simulations and then gain insight into team members email vulnerabilities.

Patch any holes in the network infrastructure of the clinic

Now that you have a better understand of the gaps in the network infrastructure you can work on patching those holes. This includes installing network firewalls, patching equipment, identifying all the devices on your network and installing security software.

Constant monitoring of network traffic, devices and cloud services for any suspicious behaviour that might be trying to infiltrate your clinic

Integrating all security data within your network looking at your firewall, endpoints, cloud workloads, dark web breaches and compromised credentials, our Security Operations team analyses attack patterns and alerts your team as soon as possible when suspicious activity is detected within your clinic.