From Mayo Clinic to UPMC,
Healthcare Networks Choose D3 Security

An Incident Management Platform for a Unique Confluence of Risk

Hospitals are no stranger to D3 Security, because they’re no stranger to risk. Whether a single hospital or large healthcare delivery network, the industry relies on D3’s incident management platform to design data-driven incident response plans that shut down malware cyberattacks and mitigate HIPAA breaches. On the front lines, tailored D3 solutions manage facility security and security compliance, with the data generated powering advanced analysis to reduce the impact of workplace violence, banned items, controlled substances—and so many other risk factors.




  • State Law

  • Joint Commission


  • PHI Breach Response

  • Breach Notification

  • Malware/Ransomware

  • Lost/Compromised Device


  • PHI Loss/Access/Use

  • Loss and Fraud

  • Insider Threat

  • Workplace Violence

How You Benefit From Our Software

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HIPAA data breach response and reporting

D3 Security’s cyber incident response platform features field-level encryption and workflow processes designed for compliance with HIPAA and HITECH legislation. Integration with leading SIEM platforms helps users monitor access to critical data and track or link suspicious activity. When an incident is suspected, responders responsible for triage, recovery and breach notification are guided using D3 Security’s tailored playbooks that also loop in compliance and legal roles, as needed.

Prepare for ransomware with tailored playbooks

Attackers succeed when hospitals don’t have an effective ransomware incident response plan in place. D3 Security’s incident response solution helps streamline detection, triage, response and recovery from ransomware through integration with threat intelligence and SIEM platforms, and execution of proven NIST playbooks. Once an event is contained or mitigated, D3 Security helps analysts determine the root cause and assign corrective action in order to shut down the primary infector or vulnerability.

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Life Safety Code and Joint Commission compliance

Joint Commission standards require hospitals to promote patient safety by conducting regular risk assessments and adhering to the Life Safety Code. D3 Security can assist in Life Safety Code compliance; the system works to identify improperly functioning doors, linen/trash chutes, smoke detectors and barriers, wall seals, exit signs, exhaust hoods and fire extinguishers.

Using security data in risk management analysis

Hospitals that use D3 Security’s physical security and incident management solutions leverage rich data in order to drive advanced analysis and risk management strategies. By identifying the root cause of incidents and exploring trends and patterns, organizations can identify dangerous patients or visitors, and better manage high risk locations—such as the behavioral health unit—and use trend reporting to quantify reductions in incidents and operational risk.

“D3 Security’s Incident Management Platform is at the forefront of our technology and risk management. We’ll see spikes in certain D3 Incident Types and we know we can address them through our remediation processes.”


Jeff Francis

University of Pittsburgh Medical Center (UPMC)