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Dental Cybersecurity and Data Breach

Cybersecurity and Data Breaches are an immediate risk to your medical practice, and increasingly, more and more of you are falling victim to attacks that are happening.

According to the New York Department of Financial Services, 90% of all data breach attempts against healthcare providers, hospitals, and financial service companies involve known techniques and exploit known vulnerabilities.

90% of all data breaches involve your people because of four things:

Lack of Security Protocols

Untrained & Unprepared Employees

Not Implementing Discovery Tools

Lack of Risk Management Strategy

How to keep your practice safe:

01. Cybersecurity CE Course

Cybersecurity: the basics, how attacks happen, and how your employees play into your success story.

06. Coaching

To help you complete your security risk assessment. and create an action plan.

05. Done Desk

A software platform designed to help you manage risk in different ways. One of those is to help you install ongoing disciplines with employee training, checklists, and monitoring.

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02. Ongoing HIPAA Training

On-demand training for Dental & Medical Employees.

03. Data Breach Insurance

Many insurance agencies only offer data breach insurance — but they don’t offer the techniques that minimize the need for the insurance in the first place.

04. Security Risk Assessments

An audit to discover if you’re putting protections in place as part of best practices.

Dental Cyber Risk

Dental Cyber Risk

No business is immune from cyber risk, and the threat of data breaches rises\ year after year. How easily will your business recover from a data breach involving thousands of customers’ personal information?

The four essential steps involved in mitigating Cyber Risk.

Biggest challenges.

Common Types of Cyber Risks

Cyber Risk & HIPAA

Cyber Liability VS Data Breach Insurance