Built for Healthcare by Healthcare Professionals.
[CCOM²] is an automated, hospital specific risk analysis and visualisation platform developed by physicians specialising in risk and cybersecurity that translates asset vulnerability data points into meaningful, actionable clinical and business risk impact metrics.
C-Level Engagement requires C-Level Metrics.
[CCOM²]'s algorithms use a suite of parameters and attributes to translate security jargon into scores relating to patient safety risks, workflow disruption, financial losses and regulatory breaches.
CISOs and security analysts can take actions and escalate engagement with senior stakeholders from the Chief Medical Officer to the Chief Financial Officer using clear visualisations, scores and asset rankings.
Simply upload your latest vulnerability scanner data to your secure, online enterprise portal and let [CCOM²] do the rest.
Analytics Driven by Data That Matters.
Hospitals are complex but by combining the expertise of our physicians and risk experts we have developed exhaustive algorithms that factor interactions that standard security solutions simply can't handle.
Reimbursement models, clinical workflows, clinician user behaviours, privacy regulations, global security standards, clinical application criticality, institution types, their variations and more have been mapped individually and together to give you a True View of your organisation's digital risk profile.
Set up an account today to take your risk management strategy to the next level.
Drive HIPAA Compliance.
Patch management is part of the HIPAA Security Management Process Standard and an effective patching strategy depends on having a risk assessment process that appropriately analyzes assets and vulnerabilities.
[CCOM²] automatically ranks assets and vulnerabilities based on severity scores linked to tangible patient harm, clinical service disruption and ePHI compromise potential.
Place [CCOM²] at the core of your HIPAA Compliance Strategy to guide your actions and minimise your financial and regulatory exposure.