End Phishing Attacks at your Healthcare Organization
4 Steps and 90 Days to DMARC
As the NH-ISAC continues its efforts to promote cybersecurity in the Healthcare and Public Health (HPH) sector, we would like to enlist your pledge for DMARC implementation in 2018. We believe this will reduce fraudulent email and improve trust amongst healthcare organizations overall.
Step 1: Take the NH-ISAC and GCA DMARC pledge
Step 2: Watch the NH-ISAC “How to Implement DMARC” webinar on demand
Step 3: Read the DMARC Getting Started Guide for Healthcare
Step 4: Publish your DMARC record for free
Free Trial for NH-ISAC Members
While email is one of the primary digital channels for patient/client engagement, it has never been secure. Phishing attacks in the healthcare industry are more common than ever, with attackers regularly spoofing healthcare brands and leveraging them to hijack sensitive information directly from customers and patients.
Take advantage of the special offer for NH-ISAC members with a free trial of Agari Customer Protect through January 15, 2018. We will kick off with a complimentary and personalized email threat assessment, help you generate your DMARC records and get you underway with your journey to DMARC reject.
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98% of top healthcare organizations have left customers, patients and business partners unprotected from phishing
Gain clarity on how DMARC secures your email channel
Stop Identity Deception – Protect Patients
Cyber criminals prefer to target the healthcare industry because they can make as much as $500 per patient medical record. They take advantage of your trusted brand, sending fraudulent emails to your patients and consumers, purporting to come from your valued company. They use social engineering and other tactics to strategically target executives and succeed in tricking even the most vigilant employee into sharing private information.
Shut down scammers from targeting your loyal customers and your employees. Contact us for a personalized demo to see what imposter emails are being sent on behalf of your organization without your permission.