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Business and Technology

Securing SD-WAN in Distributed Healthcare Environments

Organizations are becoming increasingly reliant on digital capabilities across industries, and this is no different in the healthcare space. New technology has enabled patients to take a more hands-on role in their care, simplified patient/physician communication, and improved the ability of patients to get care in rural locations. For this adoption of technology to be effective, however, healthcare providers must ensure they have the necessary WAN (wide area network) infrastructure to accommodate more requests and greater bandwidth needs.

By Nirav ShahFebruary 16, 2018

Business and Technology | Industry Trends

How Automation and AI Improve Healthcare Cybersecurity

When it comes to protecting patient information and proprietary medical research, the healthcare industry faces significant cybersecurity challenges every day. The adoption of new medical technology—including electronic health records (EHRs), online patient portals, connected devices and wearables—offers improved patient care and convenience. However, it also creates greater opportunity for attack. Of all the industries affected by advances in cybercrime techniques, healthcare providers continue to be at high risk. That’s because...

By Derek MankyFebruary 09, 2018

Industry Trends

Using Internal Segmentation to Secure the IoMT

To mitigate the cyber risks associated with Internet of Medical Things (IoMT) devices connecting to healthcare networks, security controls must be put in place to ensure that one compromised medical device does not lead to the compromise of the entire network and the loss of valuable patient data.

By Rajoo NagarDecember 28, 2017

Business and Technology

National Health IT Week: Enabling Digital Transformation with Integrated Network Security

Over the past ten years, technology has transformed healthcare substantially. From electronic health records that simplify the collection and sharing of patient information, to digital consultation and other services provided remotely, to wearable connected medical devices, healthcare is becoming more accessible, accurate, and patient-focused. National Health IT (NHIT) Week, which will take place from October 2nd- 6th, is a collaborative and partner-driven event that aims to increase awareness of the many ways new health IT initiatives stand...

By Susan BiddleOctober 02, 2017

Industry Trends

Why Healthcare Security Breaches Are Big Wins for Cybercriminals

Healthcare security breaches can be extremely rewarding for cybercriminals. Read this post to find out why.

By Susan BiddleNovember 08, 2016

Industry Trends

Medical Device Security: The Continued Concern

The need for medical device security is growing alongside the medical device marketplace. Read this post to learn more.

By Susan BiddleSeptember 19, 2016