The IT solutions company announced Thursday, August 4, 2022 the launch of its cybersecurity services in the health sector.
Cybersecurity for Healthcare provides end-to-end security services for the healthcare industry by applying a tailored framework to meet regulatory requirements, digital security best practices, and cutting-edge tools and technologies, said Happiest Minds Technologies in a statement.
These services will help clients stay informed of evolving governance policies and strengthen their healthcare security posture using advanced AI/Big Data/Behavioral and analytics technologies. The company ensures that your organization complies with regulatory requirements (HIPAA/HITRUST) and becomes a resilient healthcare provider, he added.
Vijay Bharti, SVP, Head of Security Practices and CISO of Happiest Minds Technologies, said, “We have provided cybersecurity services to major healthcare providers in all geographies, but with COVID there has been a sudden increase in cybersecurity demand for their digital transformation. I am very pleased to announce that we have launched a Center of Excellence (CoE) for security services in the healthcare sector. This focused initiative will help us deeply understand the pain points of healthcare providers and build actionable solutions and services around them.”
Srinivas Iyengar, Vice President, Head of Healthcare and Life Sciences, Happiest Minds Technologies, said, “With healthcare delivery extending beyond hospital walls, patient-generated healthcare data is becoming a integral to defining care pathways, the influx of connected devices, healthcare is experiencing a very high degree of disruption The speed at which the adoption of digital and emerging technologies is unprecedented and in these circumstances, one of the biggest challenges facing the healthcare industry is cyber threats that put patient security and privacy at risk.we have a strong center of excellence for cybersecurity and since last year we have also been helping the healthcare sector in this company. Our deep cybersecurity expertise and a decade of experience working with healthcare customers has allowed us to officially launch the ent our specialized cybersecurity services for healthcare customers.”
Happiest Minds Technologies enables the digital transformation of businesses and technology providers by leveraging an array of disruptive technologies such as artificial intelligence, blockchain, cloud, digital process automation, internet of things, robotics/ drones, security, virtual/augmented reality, etc.
Happiest Minds Technologies net profit increased by 8.1% to Rs 56.34 crore while net sales increased by 9.4% to Rs 328.92 crore in the first quarter of FY23 compared to the fourth quarter of FY22.
Shares of Happiest Minds Technologies fell 0.61% to Rs 968.85 on Thursday, August 4, 2022.
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