Cyber Security and Privacy – it’s everyone’s responsibility!
Take advantage of a free, security consultation for your practice.
The free, quick assessment is done over the phone, and will give you an immediate understanding as to whether your practice could be at risk of large fines, or significant loss of reputation. If you understand your risk, your insurance premiums for cyber insurance are likely to be less, and you will be much more insurable.
In these short videos, Paul Fitzgerald, will explain why cyber security is so
important to ensure you maintain your professional reputation, and
minimise your risk of having a patient data breach.
Learn how to avoid the potential of millions of dollars in fines, and a certain loss of reputation, if you have a cyber or privacy breach.
The Notifiable Data Breach Scheme is now in force. If you have any sort of data breach – ransomware, staff sending the wrong information to the wrong person etc. – then you MUST report it. Schedule a call now to have an obligation free discussion about how you can manage this in your practice.
Book a time now for a FREE, no obligation 45 minute security consultation.
During this call, we will do the following:
- Help you identify your biggest problem regarding security, privacy or planning
- Help you solve that problem
- Lay out a clear plan for you to address security in your practice in a structured and cost effective manner.
In order to qualify:
- You must be willing to come to the call with an honest view of your current state.
- You must be in a position to make some changes – incrementally.
- You must be coachable.
- You must have an open mind to hearing some things that may be uncomfortable.
If this is you, then book a FREE session right now below.
Are your patients’ records secure?
Can you afford a million dollar fine for a breach?
Health records are worth around $50 each on the black market – that’s why you could be targeted!
We understand healthcare. We understand security and privacy.
Are your patients’ records and personal information secure? Could your system be held to ransom? Are you SURE that port is shut?
Cyber Health International helps healthcare organizations understand their cyber security and privacy risks by conducting a risk assessment of IT Systems and processes within the business.
WHAT WE DO
Cyber Health International offers a comprehensive evaluation of your practice. We will provide you with a report highlighting the areas which may be putting your practice at risk.
We can help you find the right people to fix any issues, and more importantly, we can help you find the right Cyber Insurance for your practice, to ensure peace of mind in the event of a privacy/data breach.
Cyber Health – Security Health Check
Cyber Health will take you, or your IT provider,
through a series of in-depth questions about
how your practice is managed, and supported.
We will investigate how you capture, store and
protect personal information. We will then
provide you with a report highlighting any
areas of concern, and make recommendations
on what to do next.
Large fines apply for privacy/data breaches.
Legislation introduced in 2014 provides for large
fines for individuals and companies for privacy
or data breaches – no matter who is to blame!
These fines are up to $340,000 for individuals, and up to $1,700,000 for companies.
The Australian Government has now passed legislation for mandatory data breach notifications. This law is now in force. Are you prepared?
We can help prepare you to reduce the risk of a breach, and if you do have an incident, help you have a plan to manage that breach.
Privacy breaches: damages for non-economic loss
Category: Privacy | 14th January, 2016 by David
In two recent decisions the Australian
Information Commissioner has awarded
monetary damages for non-economic loss
as a consequence of breaches of the
Privacy Act. These were $15,000 to each claimant.
Cyber Health Risk Assessment – What Is It?
The Cyber Health risk assessment provides us with information about your practice, your business activities and current data governance risk management.
What’s covered in the risk assessment?
After spending some time with us, you will have a complete assessment of your Practice’s data governance and procedures under the following categories:
1. Network Security
2. Information and Data Management
3. Outsourcing Activities
4. In-house Systems and Software Products.
The Cyber Health risk assessment will give your Practice a starting point to understand any risk areas in how you handle personal information and manage your business critical systems (e.g. Practice Management, finances etc.)
You will also receive a set of security compliant policies and procedures to implement in your practice. We also offer on-site staff training programmes.
How long does it take, and how much will it cost?
For a clinic, the Cyber Health risk assessment takes about 1.5 hours to complete. We need access to the person in the Practice who manages data and personal information (or the external provider who does this). The cost of the practice evaluation, including a report on vulnerabilities is very little compared to the potential cost of a breach in money terms and reputation loss.
A breach could cost your practice well over a $1M in ongoing costs, plus fines of up to $1.7M.
Options exist for ongoing monthly health checks and staff training. Any further work can be quoted either on a fixed cost or time and materials basis.
If you are ready to understand your risk of cyber crime,
fill in the form below and we will be in touch within 24 hours.
If you would like a free report outlining steps you can take
today to evaluate your cyber risk, simply fill out the contact form below.
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Last revised: 22 February 2018