Proactively Manage Threats in the Healthcare Industry

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Download How do companies in the healthcare industry better manage risk in a dynamic business environment and keep high-value data safe? Download the case study, "Proactively Challenge Cyber Threats in the Healthcare Industry." to learn how a healthcare organization utilized secure fingerprinting of patient PHI to ensure the greatest possible protection, and how their proactive monitoring provided immediate notification after a leak of their patient's sensitive health information on the dark web.

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