Sensato’s Information Sharing & Analysis Organization (ISAO) deploys sensors on client networks, monitoring the traffic coming across the wire so that we can quickly detect suspicious behavior. That’s one level of intelligence gathering. We also monitor more than 8,000 sensors spread throughout the world in 126 different countries.
Sensato is an active part of a wider intelligence community to keep ourselves and our client members up-to-date on and protected from the most recent cybersecurity threats. We are a member of the Department of Homeland Security Cybersecurity Initiative, have signed an MOU with the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), and receive intelligence from the Federal Bureau of Investigations (FBI).
We continually evaluate our services to be sure that we only offer unique programs that offer exceptional value and attention to detail.
We spent over a year researching why people hate and love their security operations center. We then made sure to eliminate the pain, focus on the love and created the Sensato-CTOC. This is the evolution of cybersecurity operations.
How vulnerable are you to a cyberattack on your medical devices? There’s currently no regulatory guidance telling hospitals and other healthcare organizations what they must do to protect patients’ health and safety from attacks on medical devices and medical infrastructure. Let Sensato help.