Clearwater releases CyberIntelligence dashboards for Its IRM|Pro Enterprise Cyber Risk Management Platform

Clearwater, a healthcare cyber risk management solutions company, announced the release of CyberIntelligence dashboards, the latest innovation for IRM|Pro, an Enterprise Cyber Risk Management System (ECRMS) for healthcare providers and their partners. With CyberIntelligence dashboards, organizations can elevate cyber risk conversations from a technical engineering discussion to an actionable, executive or board-level one—advancing healthcare organizations’ cyber risk management programs, reducing risk and increasing patient safety.
CyberIntelligence dashboards, available immediately for customers subscribing to Clearwater’s IRM|Analysis software, provide actionable insight into the most critical vulnerabilities, control deficiencies, and remediation action items, allowing organizations ranging from regional hospitals to the largest integrated delivery networks to effectively manage risk across their entire enterprise. IRM|Analysis implements the HHS Office for Civil Rights’ guidance for Security Risk Analysis, harnesses the power of the NIST risk assessment process and fulfills the requirements of the HIPAA Security and Privacy Rules. IRM|Analysis is used by more than 400 healthcare companies including IDNs such as CHRISTUS Health, Sentara Healthcare, OhioHealth, and Baptist Health South Florida.
According to the Ponemon Institute’s The State of Cybersecurity in Healthcare Organizations in 2018, sponsored by Merlin: “Legacy systems and disruptive technologies, such as cloud, mobile, big data and Internet of Things, put patient information at risk. More organizations consider legacy systems as a serious risk to patient information (58% of respondents vs. 52% of respondents in 2016). In addition, new technologies and trends such as the cloud, mobile, big data and the Internet of Things are increasing the vulnerability and threats to patient information (57% of respondents vs. 51% of respondents). More respondents are concerned about the effectiveness of third-party contracts to secure patient information.”
CyberIntelligence provides boards and CEOs with real-time visibility to the greatest cyber risks across the growing landscape of technologies, enabling organizations to identify and take action on the most critical needs. As a result, they can maximize the effect of limited resources and budgets to ensure the most optimal results.