SecureWorks to Deliver Critical Cyber Security Services to NH-ISAC Members At Preferred Prices

Atlanta, May 31, 2017 – SecureWorks®, a leading provider of intelligence-driven security solutions, has teamed with the National Health Information Sharing and Analysis Center (NH-ISAC) to provide critical cybersecurity services to NH-ISAC member organizations at preferential prices.

NH-ISAC has chosen SecureWorks as its security provider of choice for the ‘Security Operations Services’ category of CYBERFIT®, a set of services provided through a partnership of NH-ISAC and a group of trusted IT security companies. The goal of CYBERFIT is to help health care organizations of all sizes meet the cybersecurity challenges facing them on a daily basis.  

As part of CYBERFIT, SecureWorks will offer six solutions to NH-ISAC members at preferred pricing:

  • Vulnerability Management: SecureWorks will perform quarterly vulnerability scans on a specified number of external and internal IPs. SecureWorks analysts will review the results of the scans with the member and discuss recommendations. Unlimited additional scans can be run.
  • One-time Vulnerability Scan: SecureWorks will provide a one-time vulnerability scan of member-specified systems, report on the findings, and discuss suitable recommendations.
  • Web Application Testing: SecureWorks will test web applications specified by the NH-ISAC member, provide a comprehensive report on the findings, and schedule a call to review the results and discuss recommendations.
  • Malware Analysis: SecureWorks will perform analysis of suspected malware submitted by the NH-ISAC member for assessment and issue a report on the malware with recommendations.
  • Penetration Testing: SecureWorks will perform penetration tests of member-specified internal and external IT systems and provide a comprehensive report on the findings. SecureWorks analysts will review the results with the member and discuss suitable recommendations.
  • Incident Management RetainerIf a security event occurs, SecureWorks will provide Incident Response services, incident reports, and discuss how best to prevent security events in the future. Members can also purchase an incident response retainer option and receive a wide range of services to help their organization both respond to and prepare for a security event, including tabletop exercises and malware analysis.

“Unfortunately, health care organizations are not immune to cybercrime,” said Greg Barnes, chief information security officer at Amgen, an active NH-ISAC member. “Whether they want to steal patient data or hold it for ransom, cyber attackers are putting pressure on health care organizations large and small to harden their networks and improve their ability to quickly respond to attacks.”

SecureWorks’ vulnerability management, technical testing and incident response capabilities remove the administration and maintenance burdens of handling these critical security functions in-house, enabling health care organizations to focus on their core business.

SecureWorks’ security solutions combine the experience and expertise of its Counter Threat Unit TM (CTU) team of researchers, analysts and responders as well as the global threat visibility that comes from protecting 4,400 organizations in 61 countries, and the company’s award-winning SecureWorks Counter Threat Platform TM (CTP). The CTP is the foundation of SecureWorks’ information security solutions and leverages machine learning and data analytics to deliver insights and countermeasures to clients.

“Health care organizations of all sizes need cybersecurity expertise they can trust,” said Jeffrey Longoria, vice president of sales at SecureWorks. “The CYBERFIT program will help health care organizations tap into the collective visibility and experiences of the network of SecureWorks’ clients, and will allow them to rapidly mature their threat prevention, detection and remediation capabilities.”

“Vulnerability management, incident response and penetration testing are important elements of building a strong security posture,” said Denise Anderson, president of NH-ISAC. “Adding SecureWorks’ industry-recognized solutions to CYBERFIT offers NH-ISAC members the capability to streamline their procurement processes at reduced cost.”

NH-ISAC is a non-profit, member-driven organization offering health care stakeholders a trusted community and forum for sharing cyber and physical threat indicators, best practices and mitigation strategies.

NH-ISAC Members include owners and operators of:

  • Health care delivery organizations
  • Health insurance payers
  • Medical device manufacturers
  • Ambulatory providers
  • Pharmaceutical/biotech manufacturers
  • Pharmacies
  • Medical schools
  • Medical R&D organizations
  • EMR providers

Joining NH-ISAC is one of the best ways health care and public health firms can actively participate to protect the industry and its vital role in critical infrastructure. Sharing intel data helps maintain public trust in the continuity of ongoing health care delivery. To join or learn more go to

About SecureWorks
SecureWorks® (NASDAQ: SCWX) is a leading global cybersecurity company that keeps organizations safe in a digitally connected world. We combine visibility from thousands of clients, artificial intelligence and automation from our industry-leading SecureWorks Counter Threat Platform TM (CTP), and actionable insights from our team of elite researchers and analysts to create a powerful network effect that provides increasingly strong protection for our clients. By aggregating and analyzing data from any source, anywhere, we prevent security breaches, detect malicious activity in real time, respond rapidly, and predict emerging threats. We offer our clients a cyber-defense that is Collectively Smarter. Exponentially Safer™.  

The use of the word “partner” or “partnership” or words of similar effect does not imply a legal partnership between SecureWorks and any other entity.

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Actual results and events in future periods may differ materially from those expressed or implied by these forward-looking statements because of risks, uncertainties and other factors, including those relating to: SecureWorks’ ability to achieve or maintain profitability; SecureWorks’ ability to enhance its existing solutions and technologies and to develop or acquire new solutions and technologies; the rapidly evolving market in which SecureWorks operates; SecureWorks’ reliance on personnel with extensive information security expertise; fluctuations in SecureWorks’ quarterly results and other operating measures; intense competition in SecureWorks’ markets; SecureWorks’ ability to attract new clients, retain existing clients and increase its annual contract values; SecureWorks’ reliance on its largest client and on clients in the financial services industry; SecureWorks’ ability to manage its growth effectively; SecureWorks’ ability to maintain high-quality client service and support functions; SecureWorks’ service level agreements with clients requiring credits for service failures or inadequacies; SecureWorks’ ability to continue expansion of its sales force; SecureWorks’ long and unpredictable sales cycles; risks associated with SecureWorks’ international sales and operations; SecureWorks’ ability to expand its key distribution relationships; SecureWorks’ technology alliance partnerships; real or perceived defects, errors or vulnerabilities in SecureWorks’ solutions or the failure of its solutions to prevent a security breach; the ability of SecureWorks’ solutions to interoperate with its clients’ IT infrastructure; SecureWorks’ ability to use third-party technologies; the effect of evolving information security and data privacy laws and regulations on SecureWorks’ business; SecureWorks’ ability to maintain and enhance its brand; risks associated with SecureWorks’ acquisition of other businesses; SecureWorks’ recognition of revenue ratably over the terms of its managed security and threat intelligence contracts; the effect of timing differences between the expensing of sales commissions paid to SecureWorks’ strategic and distribution partners and the recognition of associated revenues; estimates or judgments relating to SecureWorks’ critical accounting policies; SecureWorks’ exposure to fluctuations in currency exchange rates; the effect of governmental export or import controls on SecureWorks’ business; SecureWorks’ compliance with the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act and similar laws; SecureWorks’ ability to maintain effective disclosure controls and procedures; the effect of natural disasters and other catastrophic events on SecureWorks’ ability to serve its clients; SecureWorks’ reliance on patents to protect its intellectual property rights; SecureWorks’ ability to protect, maintain or enforce its non-patented intellectual property rights and proprietary information; claims by third parties of infringement of their proprietary technology by SecureWorks; SecureWorks’ use of open source technology; and risks related to SecureWorks’ relationship with Dell Technologies Inc. and Dell Inc. and control of SecureWorks by Dell Technologies Inc.

This list of risks, uncertainties and other factors is not complete. SecureWorks discusses these matters more fully, as well as certain risk factors that could affect SecureWorks’ business, financial condition, results of operations and prospects, under the caption “Risk Factors” in SecureWorks’ annual report on Form 10-K for the fiscal year ended February 3, 2017, as well as in SecureWorks’ other SEC filings. Any or all forward-looking statements SecureWorks makes may turn out to be wrong and can be affected by inaccurate assumptions SecureWorks might make or by known or unknown risks, uncertainties and other factors, including those identified in this press release. Accordingly, you should not place undue reliance on the forward-looking statements made in this press release, which speak only as of its date. SecureWorks does not undertake to update, and expressly disclaims any obligation to update, any of its forward-looking statements, whether as a result of circumstances or events that arise after the date the statements are made, new information or otherwise.


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