The immune system for data
Health is a private matter. None of us wants potential employers or credit institutions to find out what health risk factors we have inherited or what serious illnesses we have survived. Data privacy and data security therefore have top priority in e-health applications. To ensure that medical practices, hospitals and health insurance companies do not become targets of cybercrime, and just as with health protection we focus on two components: prevention and control. By simulating cyberattacks, for instance. Our “good guys” employ the same hacking methods that professional attackers use. This allows us to identify and close security gaps. If an attack does still occur, however, our emergency team from the Incident Response Service is ready. It is on standby around the clock and, in an emergency, can immediately investigate and help anywhere in the world – by telephone, email or even on site. If necessary, we also secure digital evidence so that it can be used later in court.