Cybersecurity for healthcare: the foundation for digital transformation
Digital transformation means that healthcare organizations are now moving to the Cloud and adopting new technologies, such as connected medical devices, and paving the way to precision medicine.
Cybersecurity solutions must keep pace with the healthcare providers and payers’ innovation so they can operate with complete trust. Healthcare sensitive data must be protected more than ever, but still be easily accessible for the right teams, allowing them to better focus on patient care. Cybersecurity solutions should protect medical connected devices, sensitive patient and clinical data and clinical application access points, while helping organizations control costs.
Changing the healthcare security paradigm with a specialized partner
In this new healthcare ecosystem, patient sensitive data needs to be protected across a complex network of people, technologies and information.
With a proven track record of digital compliance and cybersecurity in complex IT healthcare environments, we help providers and payers protect confidential data and let clinicians focus on the front line.
Proven use cases
Expert teams in healthcare for your security projects. eID for care staff, electronic medical record authenticity and PHI data security.
Healthcare cybersecurity advisor
From assessment to deployment, services and products for tailored cybersecurity operations that adhere to your local healthcare and data protection regulations.
Extensive knowledge base shared through 15 SOCs worldwide with 6000+ highly experienced and certified security professionals for a comprehensive platform.
Own developed and complementary products for a tailored and optimized experience adapted to the digital patient experience.
End-to-end cybersecurity healthcare solutions
Atos delivers robust, comprehensive cybersecurity solutions that protect healthcare organizations from any device, saving costly ransom expenses and operational downtime.
Interested to learn more about the types of solutions for cybersecurity in healthcare? Start exploring which ones are the best suited for patients, healthcare providers and payers and in which technology to invest.
Trusted digital identities
Deliver a personal trusted identity to healthcare staff for their everyday practices with PKI and IAM solutions.
Data protection and governance
Ensure medical confidentiality without compromising effective care.
Digital workplace security
Provide trust to your healthcare staff to work securely from anywhere and from any device by securing sensitive healthcare information exchanges.
Industrial and IoT security
Deploy the right protection measures for connected medical devices and OT to ensure data stays confidential, whether at rest or in motion.
Advanced detection and response
Leverage threat intelligence, threat hunting, security monitoring and incident response and achieve perfect HIPAA compliance.
Deliver personalized patient engagement with optimized operational efficiency, guaranteed trust and data privacy.
Learn more about the regulations for cybersecurity in healthcare
One of the most heavily regulated industries is healthcare. Several standards are put in place to regulate and protect sensitive healthcare data from cybersecurity breaches. These differ depending on whether the organization handling the data is a healthcare-related one, such as a provider or payer, or not.
Independent HealthIdentity access management enables Independent Health’s business users to securely and conveniently access its information, applications & devices.
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Hampshire Hospitals NHS Foundation TrustPreviously, the Trust had several single sign-on solutions due to the integration of Basingstoke and North Hampshire NHS Foundation Trust, with Winchester and Eastleigh Healthcare Trust. This placed a burden on the Trust’s IT support and wasted valuable clinician time. Single sign-on helped 5000 clinicians focus on frontline care.
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According to IBM, the average cost of a data breach in healthcare amounts to approximately $9.23 million. That is why cybersecurity technology and best practices are needed to help reduce threats healthcare organizations face every day.
Cybersecurity Business Development Manager, Healthcare & Life Sciences