The Cybersecurity Suite Built for Dentists
Six Benefits of Alexio Defender
The Cybersecurity as a Service Suite Built for Dentists
In the ever-evolving world of technology, dental practices are often at the crossroads of innovation and risk. As medical professionals strive to provide the best care, they must also ensure that their patients’ information is secure and protected. This can be a daunting task for dentists with smaller budgets, who may have an IT provider but not specialists in cybersecurity. Enter CaaS, or Cybersecurity as a Service, a new offering from Alexio, Canada’s leading dental cybersecurity firm, that is transforming the dental industry.
What is Cybersecurity as a Service (CaaS)?
CaaS is a solution that provides dental practices with access to top-tier cybersecurity expertise without the need to hire a full-time specialist. It’s an outsourced service that offers continuous protection and monitoring of a practice’s network and data, all tailored to the unique requirements of the dental field.
We work together with your IT company to provide the tools and expertise needed to secure your practice.
Your IT company handles daily technology issues, however, when it comes to dental cybersecurity, it’s best to seek the expertise of a certified specialist, similar to how a complex root canal requires the attention of an endodontist. With Alexio Defender you get enterprise-class dental cybersecurity protection, monitoring, and PC maintenance.
Alexio Dental Cybersecurity CaaS Benefits
1. Improved Security
Alexio’s use of global leading security automation and specialized RANSOMguard™ technology means that your patient and practice data are well-protected. This can help give your patients peace of mind that their sensitive information is safe with your practice, which can in turn help build trust and loyalty.
2. Continuous Professional Security Monitoring
3. Automated Maintenance
By providing award-winning automation that applies maintenance items as needed, Alexio Defender helps keep your systems and major applications up to date. This can help reduce the risk of glitches and downtime, which can improve the overall efficiency of your practice.
4. Multi-Layered Security Protection
With over 50 extra safeguards and Endpoint Detection & Response (EDR) technology, Alexio provides advanced protection beyond traditional antivirus. By continuously monitoring your systems and offering advanced protection, Alexio can help prevent cyber attacks and other security threats that can impact your practice.
5. Security Reporting
Alexio’s daily reporting provides important documentation for privacy compliance and cyber risk insurance. By providing proof that security measures are in place and alerting you when things aren’t right, Alexio can help ensure that your practice stays compliant and protected.
6. Regular Technology & Security Reviews
Regular reviews of your technology and security are essential to keeping your practice protected from inside and outside threats. By providing these reviews with a Certified Cybersecurity Professional, Alexio can help ensure that your practice is always up to date and protected.
What Our Customers Have to Say
New Ransomware Protection Added
Alexio Defender With RansomGUARD™
Alexio™ Defender with RansomGUARD™ technology detects, identifies and isolates ransomware outbreaks.
RansomGUARD™ is the last line of defense against ransomware and is designed to shut down and isolate a system at the moment it’s infected. This technology can prevent ransomware from spreading to other computers on a network, and in many cases ensure that valuable server data is spared from being encrypted or exfiltrated.
Alexio Defender™ Suite
With advanced ransomware protection, Alexio™ Defender is an award-winning turn-key dental cybersecurity software subscription service that automates system security, leverages machine-learning, and provides 24/7 protection and monitoring for your computer systems.
Award-Winning Security Technology
Layers of automated security protection plus 50 extra safeguards to protect from ransomware, system failure, and human error – for your peace of mind.
Award-Winning Computer Maintenance
Alexio Defender leverages automation for both the security & the maintenance of PC’s.
Global InfoSec Awards 2020 -2022
Award-Winning Compliance Reporting
Is security really working for you if you don’t have proof? Alexio provides daily reporting that security is enabled and working to protect your business.
Measurable Benefits of Alexio Defender
- Managed by Certified Healthcare Cybersecurity Professionals
- 24/7 monitoring of your network for potential threats
- Specialized ransomware protection
- 58 lockdown safeguards to automate your protection
- Integrated Advanced Threat Protection: Webroot EDR uses advanced machine learning algorithms to detect and respond to cyber threats in real-time, providing a high level of protection for your practice’s sensitive information.
- Regular software updates and patches to keep your system secure
- Compliance audits and reporting
- Daily system health check and reporting
Professionally Managed Cybersecurity - FAQ
Most frequent questions and answers
Proactive protection: Managed security services can help you proactively protect your practice from cyber threats such as hacking, phishing, and malware.
24/7 monitoring: Managed security services include constant monitoring of your systems to detect any suspicious activity and alert you to potential threats.
Regular security assessments: Managed security services include regular security assessments to identify vulnerabilities and recommend solutions to mitigate potential risks.
Ongoing support: Managed security services provide ongoing support and guidance to help you keep your practice secure.
Compliance: Managed security services can help you meet regulatory compliance requirements and ensure your practice is in compliance with industry standards.
Peace of mind: Having a managed security service provider gives you the peace of mind that your practice is secure and protected against cyber-attacks
Cost-effective: Instead of building and maintaining an in-house security team, managed security services can be more cost-effective solution for dental practices.
Scalability: Managed security services can be scaled to meet the specific needs of your practice and can adapt as your practice grows and evolves.
Advanced threat detection: EDR uses advanced technologies such as machine learning and behavioral analysis to detect and alert on potential threats that traditional antivirus solutions may miss.
Real-time monitoring: EDR provides real-time monitoring of endpoints, such as computers and servers, to detect and respond to security incidents in near real-time.
Comprehensive incident data: EDR collects and analyzes data from endpoints to provide a comprehensive view of security incidents, including the scope, cause, and impact of the incident.
Automated response: EDR can be configured to automatically respond to security incidents, such as quarantining a compromised endpoint or shutting down a malicious process.
Compliance: EDR can help dental practices meet regulatory compliance requirements and ensure they are in compliance with industry standards.
Reduced incident response time: EDR tools can help to reduce the time and effort required to detect and respond to security incidents, minimizing the potential damage.
Improved incident response capabilities: EDR tools provide more detailed data about security incidents, which can improve the overall incident response capabilities of a dental practice.
Stronger protection against Advanced Persistent Threats (APTs) and Zero-Day vulnerabilities: EDR is designed to detect and respond to these types of threats which are hard to detect by traditional antivirus software,
Improved incident investigation: EDR solutions can provide detailed information about security incidents, which can aid in incident investigations and post-incident analysis.
Preventing unauthorized access: Endpoint policy and security controls can prevent unauthorized access to a dental practice’s network and data by restricting access to only authorized users and devices.
Ensuring compliance with regulations: Endpoint policy and security controls can help dental practices meet regulatory compliance requirements, such as HIPAA, and ensure they are in compliance with industry standards.
Reducing the risk of data breaches: By implementing endpoint policy and security controls, a dental practice can reduce the risk of data breaches caused by unauthorized access or malicious actors.
Protecting sensitive patient information: Endpoint policy and security controls can help protect sensitive patient information, such as personal and financial data, from falling into the wrong hands.
Improving incident response: Endpoint policy and security controls can help improve incident response by providing detailed information about security incidents and allowing for rapid response to incidents.
Centralized management: Endpoint security controls can be centrally managed and configured, providing an easier way to implement and maintain security policies across all endpoint devices.
Minimizing the impact of security incidents: By having endpoint policy and security controls in place, the impact of security incidents can be minimized, helping to reduce the potential damage of a security breach.
Improving overall security posture: Implementing endpoint policy and security controls can help improve the overall security posture of a dental practice, making it less likely that security breaches will occur.
Improved security: Automated patch maintenance ensures that all software, including operating systems and applications, are up-to-date with the latest security patches. This can help protect against known vulnerabilities and potential threats.
Reduced risk of data breaches: Automated patch maintenance can help reduce the risk of data breaches caused by unpatched software vulnerabilities.
Compliance: Automated patch maintenance can help dental practices meet regulatory compliance requirements, such as HIPAA, by ensuring that all software is patched and up-to-date.
Reduced downtime: Automated patch maintenance can minimize downtime caused by manual patching and update processes, as it can be scheduled to occur during off-hours or maintenance windows.
Improved efficiency: Automated patch maintenance can improve the efficiency of IT staff by automating the process of updating and patching software, allowing them to focus on other important tasks.
Cost-effective: Automated patch maintenance can be more cost-effective than manual patching, as it eliminates the need for IT staff to spend time on manual updates.
Scalability: Automated patch maintenance can easily be scaled to meet the specific needs of a dental practice, regardless of its size.
Better visibility and control: Automated patch maintenance can provide better visibility and control over the patching process, allowing dental practices to be aware of the status of patches and updates.
Improved incident response: Automated patch maintenance improves incident response capabilities by reducing the attack surface area and the chance of a successful exploit.
An IT professional and a cybersecurity professional both have expertise in technology, but they have different areas of focus and expertise.
An IT professional typically focuses on maintaining and managing the technology infrastructure of an organization. This includes tasks such as setting up and maintaining computer systems, networks, servers, and software. IT professionals are also responsible for troubleshooting technical problems, providing technical support, and managing data storage and backup systems.
A cybersecurity professional, on the other hand, focuses on protecting an organization’s technology infrastructure and data from cyber threats. This includes tasks such as identifying and assessing potential security risks, implementing security measures to protect against cyber attacks, and monitoring and responding to security incidents. Cybersecurity professionals also have expertise in areas such as encryption, firewalls, intrusion detection and prevention systems, and incident response.
In summary, an IT professional is primarily responsible for managing and maintaining technology infrastructure, while a cybersecurity professional is primarily responsible for protecting the technology infrastructure and data from cyber threats.
Alexio employs the largest number of certified privacy & cybersecurity professionals for the Canadian dental industry.