United Networks of America is one of the largest providers of value added managed care products and services in the United States. UNA has more than 240,000 participating Providers serving more than 120.1 million members. With this great reach comes great responsibility, which is why UNA focus so heavily on cybersecurity and making sure their entire network is secure.
Networks of organizations face unique cybersecurity challenges, because one weak point in the network can give an attacker access to all other organizations within it. Even if 95% of companies in the network are secure, one open door is all a hacker needs. Because of this, group-wide security solutions are more crucial now than ever.
In addition, being a healthcare network creates even greater responsibility, because healthcare companies are being targeted more and more frequently.
UNA utilizes Red Sentry for all of the organizations under their umbrella. With multi-tier visibility, they’re able to look quickly at a dashboard, prioritize, and send resources eciently. They can then dive deeper into specific groups wherever needed.
One of the groups under UNA that benefit from benefiting from this UNA solution is the American Cosmetic Surgery Network. As a network under UNA, they not only have protection within their own organization, but they are protected against vulnerabilities found in other UNA groups that they may have less control over.
With a network-wide cybersecurity focus, all companies affiliated with UNA can stay secure.
UNA and its affiliates can continue to be leaders in the healthcare space, while keeping sensitive data within their entire network secure.
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Below are just some of the reasons why you should choose Red Sentry.
We make the process smooth. We have no lead times (for those ASAP pentests).
Your PM will communicate with your team throughout the pentest process.
There are no hidden fees or overage fees. The price you see, is what you get.
We offer a retest once you patch up any vulnerabilities.
We make pentesting affordable by cutting out any fluff hourage.
We report all criticals and highs to your team immediately during testing.
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Once access to the mobile application is granted, all of the models/API endpoints are enumerated, if applicable, the source code is analyzed to look for misconfigurations and sensitive data exposed, the technology stack used is analyzed as well to look for potential CVEs, and the permissions schema is tested to look for broken access controls and privilege escalation possibilities. Overall, the test is conducted following the OWASP Top 10 Mobile methodology.
After scoping, the assessment team tries to access every page of the application and look for the different requests made. From that list, a set of possible attacks is made and then executed to prove impact. A usual requirement here is to look for vulnerabilities that allow a basic user to access either to an admin’s or to another user’s data.
A cloud engagement will look for different misconfigurations inside a Cloud environment that can turn a malicious insider task much easier. The assessment team will look for issues related to the authentication mechanism being used and the virtual assets inside the infrastructure, like database instances, containers, storage buckets and running applications. We will need access to the cloud environment with read only or security audit access to conduct testing. After we gain access to the Cloud, we run a couple of tools to look for both technical and user-generated misconfigurations.
After scoping, an asset discovery is performed to collect all of the active host + port combinations. Once done, we start looking for potential exploits either by searching CVEs associated with the technology stack behind the service running on a certain port, or by performing a set of standard attacks.
Additionally, we look for breached credentials which are still valid on different platforms.
We use different techniques to map the
inside network and then go through a discovery process where we look for privilege
escalation, targets for brute-force attacks, control over traffic data and common
vulnerabilities which could give us access to sensitive information that a regular
user shouldn’t have access to. Depending on the approach chosen, those
vulnerabilities could then be exploited as well.