ReliaQuest Helps Moffitt Treat Reactive Security Woes

Established in 1982, Moffitt Cancer Center is a nonprofit cancer treatment and research center located in Tampa, Florida. As one of the leading cancer centers in the United States, Moffitt has the Southeast’s largest blood and marrow transplant and treatment program, with 10,000+ employees supporting more than 350,000 patient visits a year.

Moffitt’s IT security team includes a Threat Analytics Center (TAC) with six analysts focused primarily on threat hunting, analysis, and response; and a Cyber Operations team, which handles day-to-day operations, risk assessments and management, and more. The team, formerly led by Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) Dave Summitt, is dedicated to protecting Moffitt from cyber threats that could interfere with its critical mission “to contribute to the prevention and cure of cancer.”

Not only did ReliaQuest help the Moffitt team to optimize their tools, detection, and alerting capabilities, but because ReliaQuest partners with other industry leaders in healthcare, Moffitt can benchmark its program against peers. This insight, delivered via the Security Model Index, helps to show where they’re improving, where they are best-in-class, and where they need to focus additional effort.

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