Secure your digital transformation
Taking better care of patient
data and operations with
Let a Collective Defense approach to cybersecurity strengthen your
defense across interconnected environments.
"The attack surface is growing and cybercriminals are
developing more sophisticated tools and techniques to
attack healthcare organizations, gain access to data and hold data, and
networks to ransom."
$3.8 million per provider
annual hidden costs of third-*Ponemon Institute and Censinet
party vendor risk management
$10.91 million per org
annual cost of cybercrime for**Accenture Ninth Annual Cost
life sciences industry
of Cybercrime Study
Managing cybersecurity risk across diverse, interconnected health enterprises — payers, providers, pharmaceuticals, biotechnology and much more — is essential to the delivery of care while ensuring the privacy of patients and the security of intellectual property that underpins the innovation in the sector.
"IronNet’s unique Collective Defense capability enables defenders to quickly and anonymously share newly discovered behaviors that indicate a potential compromise among subscribers in a given industry, helping all members better defend against that threat. By enabling this collaboration at scale, IronNet brings the big picture of attack campaigns into better focus."
Paula Musich | Research Director, EMA
With Collective Defense you gain
Greater visibility of
unknown threatsto protect data integrity
and prevent data theft
The ability to augment
limited cyber staffthrough automated hunting
and collaborative analysis
into SIEM and SOAR toolsto improve effectiveness
of cyber investments
Real-time access to
peer analysis of threatsto add to compliance
Advanced ways to detect
"unknown unknowns"thereby automating the
reduction of noise
and “alert fatigue”
Machine learning detection
analytics that free up staffto focus on event
prioritization and rapid
around the corner
With the IronDome Detection Correlation Dashboard, it is
possible to see multiple sectors within the broader threat
landscape. Bad actors do not stick to a single industry, so
there’s value in looking across sectors.
Sere more cyber threats. Faster
We need a new, more advanced weapon to detect unknown threats: network behavior-based AI models that detect sophisticated adversaries and shorten response time.
Is artificial intelligence worth the investment?
This white paper explores whether AI is an effective way to gain economies of scale for faster, more efficient threat detection and response.
General (Ret.) Keith Alexander,
Co-CEO of IronNet and former Commander U.S. Cyber Command
IRONNET ENGAGE WEBINAR SERIESA call to action for Collective Defense
Insights on bold, new ideas for securing cyberspace, including planning for the continuity of the economy and strengthening key entities with direct government support.