CynergisTek's Managed Security Services offer the flexibility for healthcare organizations to choose either a co-managed or fully managed service for 24/7 security event monitoring to reduce the potential impact of a cyberattack. Due to the nature of healthcare IT, the need for applications in the cloud and mobile devices is growing more than ever, making it critical to quickly uncover and recognize security threats.
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