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Connected medical devices are the most vulnerable assets on the hospital network. Insecure devices increase cyberattack surface and pose a major risk to patient safety and operational continuity of hospitals.
Identifying the existing devices, the network connection points and the role and significance of each device are crucial.View Infographic
Comprehensive inventory and network visualization built on ongoing identification and classification of all the devices on the network
Actionable and prioritized risk mapping supported by continuous vulnerability and impact assessment
Real-time device monitoring and anomaly detection with medical context and impact consideration
Reduced cyber attack surface implemented by micro segmentation and automatic policy configuration
We tap into your network and provide a custom solution that prioritizes your risks and remedies based on device criticality and potential impact on safety, availability and confidentiality
Alerts on high risk behaviors that impact the hospital's bottom line. Spend time on alerts that matter and apply controls in accordance with severity
Not all devices are created equal. Our tailor-made threat remediation system applies micro segmentation based on device significance and network behavior
Medical-first virtual segmentation cuts healthcare IoT security project times from more than a year to weeks and provides confidence in continuous medical services.
Data breaches in the healthcare sector cost the US $4 billion in 2019. When Microsoft ended support for Windows XP in 2014, the healthcare sector suffered the most.
Millions of connected medical devices will be placed at greater risk of cyber attack when Microsoft discontinues support for Windows 7 on January 14.