There’s no doubt that technology has been a game-changer for the way that businesses, groups, and individuals communicate and do business in an increasingly virtual world. At Mission Search, with more than 20 years of experience in staffing prominent healthcare facilities all over the country, part of that has required us to adapt to the best practices and innovations in technology.
As an evolution of our commitment to providing our clients with the highest quality of service and reliability, we have partnered with Sophos, a world-leader in cybersecurity technologies, to best protect our and our clients’ information.
“Sophos is truly ahead of the field,” said Ryan Miller, Chief Information Security Officer at Mission Search. “They have a vision for security products that’s truly centered on both innovation as well as customer care.” Sophos, which is headquartered in Oxford, UK, provides next-generation cybersecurity technology to more than 400,000 organizations of all sizes in more than 150 countries from today’s most advanced cyber threats.
Mission Search’s Dedication to Protecting our Healthcare Partners
Mr. Miller also explained that the number of complex cybersecurity threats targeted specifically to healthcare organizations is on the rise. Because of the high dollar value of this data, hackers are putting in more effort to fine-tune their malware. Mission Search’s partnership with Sophos will give us additional security measures to protect any and all sensitive information.
“We are proactively hunting for threats,” said Mr. Miller. “With Sophos’ Managed Threat Response, we have 24/7 data monitoring and analysis in accordance with HIPAA. Continuous monitoring gives us the tools we need to stop and eradicate threats at any time. Sophos Live Discover allows us to hunt for threats in house and perform operational tasks that would otherwise take hours.”
The ability to be proactive in tracking cybersecurity threats is crucial in our digital world. Over the past decade, cybercrime has become a massive threat to people and businesses globally. In 2015, a landmark study issued by Duke University reported that more than 85% of businesses in the US had been successfully breached in some way. That included, stealing, changing or making public important data, with smaller companies (those with fewer than 1,000 employees) were more vulnerable, with 85 percent saying their information systems had been broken into.
With the number of targeted cyberattacks on the rise, it was very important for our organization to provide the most secure solutions to protect both our and our client’s information. Mission Search is truly dedicated to going above and beyond in providing the best service and partnership to our healthcare heroes. To learn more, contact us today.