KPMG reports that the top concern of hospital security staff is malware infection systems. READ MORE
Provides immediate relief from advanced threats.
Investing in cybersecurity is often overlooked in favor of projects that directly affect patient care, such as building a new hospital wing or adding more beds. However, as cybercriminals continue to target and hold data ransom, patient care is now being impacted by lack of security.
A large number of hospital staff, including doctors, nurses, and technicians, use a wide variety of devices from desktops to mobile devices, MRI machines and other medical equipment. Often these systems are running old operating systems and legacy software.
IT staff must demonstrate compliance with regulatory bodies such as HIPAA, HITECH, and HITRUST. If not compliant, healthcare companies face not only damages inflicted by potential breaches but also investigative costs, fees, and other penalties.
Lead Info Security Engineer AvMed
"The ability to lock a machine off the network straight away when you identify an issue is fantastic. Just pushing a button to roll a system back is absolutely brilliant. It’s a phenomenal piece of technology."
Senior Infrastructure Engineer Southern Cross Care
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