Cynerio, a leading provider of Internet of Medical Things (IoMT) security solutions today announced they were named the winner of the Silver Stevie® Award in the Healthcare Technology Solution category in the 18th Annual American Business Awards® today.
Take a peek into Cynerio's webinar with HealthITSecurity for a practical overview of 3 use cases demonstrating how hospitals can leverage emerging healthcare automation technologies to secure IoMT devices, safeguard patients, and ensure business continuity.
Cynerio was just named a Gartner Cool Vendor, making it the only medical-first IoT security platform to hold the title. Granting this award to a platform focused on safeguarding medical technologies only goes to show how critical the nascent Internet of Medical Things (IoMT) cybersecurity industry is.
Just like the best way to limit the spread of disease among people is to practice social distancing, the best way to protect your medical devices is to separate, or segment them, from each other. Think of healthcare network segmentation as social distancing for medical devices.
IoMT cybersecurity tailor-made for healthcare organizations protects patient safety with deep knowledge of clinical communications
After a long and grueling procurement process, your hospital finally receives a new supply of ventilators. Along with the devices, the vendor also sends along bundles of booklets: troubleshooting manuals, warranty information, and every Biomed and Clinical Engineer's favorite go-to doc: the device's MDS2 form.
To help shed some light on medical device security lifecycles and to help adapt to unforeseeable changes in the healthcare industry, Cynerio partnered with the Biomed/CE publication, TechNation, and led a webinar on the essential ins and outs of managing the medical device security lifecycle. Here’s a quick peek at the highlights.
The influx of patients caused by today’s COVID-19 Coronavirus pandemic is crippling health systems worldwide and placing unprecedented strain on vulnerable hospital IT networks.
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.
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