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In Singapore, the healthcare industry remains a major target for cybercriminals. As the ramifications of a successful attack can be devastating, cybersecurity must be a key concern for companies to protect the confidentiality and integrity of data.

At Nettitude, our team of healthcare cybersecurity specialists offer health sector organisations across the world effective solutions to keep their patient data, along with clinical research and critical infrastructure, safe and secure from hackers.

Healthcare In Cybersecurity

Nettitude has been a trusted cybersecurity healthcare partner of choice since 2003. It prides itself on working with an extensive list of private and public organisations in Singapore. With its deep understanding and experience delivering info-security best practices within the healthcare industry, you can be sure that Nettitude will place your organisation’s valuable assets such as Protected Health Information (PHI) and patient records, Intellectual Property (IP), and research at the centre of its care.


Nettitude can help with your HIPAA data compliance needs. HIPAA or the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act legislates data privacy and security requirements for protecting medical data and information.

For more information, feel free to get in touch with our team of security experts to learn about healthcare information security compliance and get a free quote today. 

Frequently Asked Questions About Healthcare Cybersecurity Solutions

How can my healthcare organisation protect against cyber threats?

With personal data and sensitive patient information at stake, it is increasingly expected of organisations in the healthcare industry to have first-class cybersecurity measures in place. Our team can ensure a comprehensive strategy is implemented in advance to be prepared for future breaches by guiding you through:

1. Removing Inside Threat From Employees

For starters, a lack of employee security awareness could lead to a breach despite the presence of a hardened network perimeter.

  • Spear phishing – educate your employees on spear-phishing campaigns – where the goal is to get your unsuspecting staff to click on malicious attachments within an email.
  • Ransomware & malware – create a policy that does not permit mobile devices to connect to the organisation’s Wi-Fi or hardware.

Such risks can lead to the introduction of ransomware, and malware which may collect user credentials or even expose a network to an attacker.

2. Data Classification Management

Targeted cyber-attacks are very challenging to identify and stop. However, if your data is correctly managed, reducing and limiting the breach is possible.

Reduce breach exposure – when hackers successfully breach an organisation, they often target the Protected Health Information (PHI) it owns. Whether or not they will reach their objective data usually depends on how classified the information is and the level of its accessibility to users.

Understand data – an organisation that understands the ‘where and how and why’ of its sensitive data cycle will be more equipped to protect itself against a security breach.

3. Defending The Network

Protect your organisation by adopting a multi-layered approach to security in healthcare.

Defence in depth – each layer of security defence protects the organisation and slows down would-be attackers, often resulting in some hackers moving on to easier targets to breach.

Firewalls alone are not enough – an updated and well-configured firewall security system will prevent simple attacks, but the more sophisticated attacks will penetrate the network. Employees may also introduce security dangers from inside the company, something which most firewalls will not be able to prevent.

Added security techniques to adopt – regular employee security awareness training, as well as encrypting data such as PHI databases and applications.

Encryption – by adding encryption, you could prevent a hacker, which may have already gained some level of access to the network, from gaining access to further data.

What other cybersecurity solutions does Nettitude provide for healthcare sector clients?

To be more proactive in protecting patient data from being compromised, you may also consider the following solutions:

What are some of the benefits of working with a cybersecurity firm like Nettitude?

To enhance the cybersecurity of healthcare organisations in Singapore, Nettitude provides the following advantages:

Reduced Cyber Risk

Nettitude helps its clients to stay one step ahead of cybercriminals, giving a first-line cyber defence and response to all types of incidents, and resilience to stand up to cyber-attacks. It also encourages intelligence sharing and sophisticated testing to mitigate an organisation’s risk of a breach or an attack at every level.

Nettitude’s Cyber Credentials

As a trusted member of CREST and one of the world’s first accredited CBEST testing and intelligence partners for the Bank of England, you can be sure that you are in the most capable hands.

Research & Development

Through its research and development (R&D) as well as active client work, Nettitude’s dedicated R&D team analyses and studies threat actor behaviour, gaining greater insight into the specific threat landscape within various sectors. To stay informed about cybersecurity in healthcare and other industries, you can also access Nettitude’s latest Zero-day discoveries through Nettitude Labs and subscribe to receive Nettitude’s most recent news as they are publically released.

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