Cybersecurity for Healthcare
Your security challenges are specific to your organizational needs. We help you proactively protect your healthcare organization from access point to access point, saving costly ransom expenses and operational downtime.
Secure your medical devices
From heart rate monitors to blood pressure machines, clinical devices are being connected to hospital networks. From assessment to data encryption, ensure the right protection measures are in place to safeguard information on these devices and make sure it stays confidential and secure, whether at rest or in motion.
Protect sensitive patient and clinical data
The HIPAA regulation requires that patient data stays secure, especially in the cloud. We provide complete visibility and security across all your environments (on a cloud, virtual or on-premise infrastructure) to detect, prevent and correct security breaches so your data stays protected and regulatory compliance is enforced.
Provide trusted digital identities to the healthcare staff
To operate securely, healthcare organizations must deliver a personal identity to healthcare staff for their everyday practices. Enterprise public key infrastructure (PKI) and identity access management (IAM) system solutions can help manage the healthcare staff’s various approved levels of access to applications or information.
The Trust deployed Evidian Enterprise SSO, a single sign-on solution from leader in identity and access management Evidian across its three main hospital sites to simplify access to key hospital applications, enabling its 5000 staff to better focus on the delivery of essential frontline healthcare services.
Security orchestration, automation and response (SOAR) is a relevant process to healthcare because patient data is some of the most valuable data—to hackers—that there is.
Users require different applications to carry out their roles effectively. Remembering passwords and accessing multiple sets of passwords for different applications can be difficult, time-consuming and expensive for your service desk to administrate.
Healthcare organizations are under constant threat from cybercriminals. A good cybersecurity strategy will help protect sensitive information such as clinical and patient data.
According to Becker’s Hospital Review, data breaches cost the healthcare industry approximately $5.6 billion every year! That is why cybersecurity technology and best practices are needed to reduce threats healthcare organizations face every day.