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Our Process in Action: How A_IT. Helped a Non-Profit Health Organization Face Its Internal It Challenges

A large healthcare organization based in White Plains, NY having managed an IT department for many years, engaged with ANATOMY_IT. because it had the following challenges:

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How Anatomy_IT. Is Able to Help Private Equity Firms

ANATOMY_IT. partners with many private equity firms to help them manage cybersecurity within their portfolio companies. In general, private equity firms deal with buying, selling, and bettering private companies in the pursuit of profit.

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Best Practices for Working Remotely

As you’re probably aware, there’s been a huge rise in companies working remotely in the aftermath of COVID-19. While technology has become more accommodating of this than in any other era, it also opens up the possibility for cybersecurity issues that businesses may not be aware of.

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A Comprehensive Guide to Ransomeware

When was the last time you heard about a ransomware attack? Experts estimate that ransomware attacks occur every 11 seconds (Cybercrime Magazine, 2019) with 37% of all businesses hit in 2021.

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How A_IT. Enabled A Multi-Location Owner of Veterinary Clinics To Prepare For Expansion

With 90+ veterinary clinics all operating autonomously, our client needed scalable solutions that would integrate and standardize IT across existing and future locations.

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Security Essentials Checklist for HIPAA Compliance

For a minute, imagine what a HIPAA fine from the Office for Civil Rights (OCR) in the amount of $50,000 (or more) would do to your business. 

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Security Awareness Training

Did you know that in 2020, 60% of data breaches were from insiders? This is an increase of 47% since 2018 (Source: ID Watchdog), meaning your employees and staff are likely the culprits of data breaches.