American Hospital Association

FTI Consulting is an American Hospital Association Preferred Cybersecurity Service Provider for complex investigations, vulnerability scanning, penetration testing, and gap assessment services.

Our multidisciplinary group of industry-experienced professionals maintain relationships with intelligence agencies, regulatory authorities, and private agencies to better support our clients in their prevention, response, and investigation of cyber threats and incidents.  Many of our professionals have backgrounds and experience in healthcare, both with hospitals as well as medical device and software companies, and carry a keen understanding of the cyber threats and challenges facing American hospitals today.

Complex Investigations
Our team routinely tackles large-scale and complex issues that often stem from data security related concerns and demand intricate solutions. We support clients facing high-stakes litigation, including class action data privacy cases, arbitration and compliance investigations, and regulatory scrutiny.

Vulnerability Scanning, Penetration Testing, & Gap Assessments
Knowing whether your critical assets are at risk is key in strengthening your infrastructure. We design custom vulnerability assessment plans, employ various penetration testing methodologies and techniques, and conduct thorough gap assessments.


Our Industry Insights

Don’t Let Your Healthcare System Become a Hostage
As the threat of ransomware attacks on healthcare systems continues to rise, some traditional defensive measures are becoming obsolete. To better prepare, and to mitigate issues following an attack, firms must take a holistic approach to fortifying their cybersecurity posture.

The Healthcare Industry Needs a Cybersecurity Booster Shot
The unfortunate reality is that the healthcare industry faces tremendous risks from cyber threats due to a combination of dangerous factors. In this article, our experts analyze those factors and how they contribute to the industry’s cyber risk.

Are Connected Medical Devices Leaving Your Hospital’s Doors Wide Open?
Internet-connected healthcare devices, ubiquitous in hospitals, are often rife with vulnerabilities. In this article, our experts detail how hospitals can keep their networks secure and patients safe.


Our Industry Experts

Jordan Rae Kelly
Head of Cybersecurity, Americas
Matt McManus
Senior Director, Cybersecurity
Charles D. Overstreet
Global Leader of Health Solutions