Protecting Healthcare IoT Devices and Networks

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Mor Ahurvia, Product Marketing Manager, Check Point and Offir Levy, Director of Sales Engineering, Medigate

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Cyber criminals are taking advantage of the increase in remote workers due to the coronavirus, by increasing their attacks on IoT devices. Given 82% of healthcare organizations use IoT, many hospitals and healthcare organizations are exposed. A range of IoT devices are connected to IT and OT networks including IP camera’s, MRI and ultrasound machines, and patient monitors. Unfortunately, connecting IoT devices to the network extends the attack surface providing more entry points for hackers. Join the webinar to learn how to prevent healthcare-related IoT cyber attacks by: •Exposing all IoT security risks across the network •Easily creating zero trust policies to secure thousands of IoT devices •Enforcing multi-layered protections at the network and device levels Can't join this session? Please join us for another session on July 20th at 9 am PST | 12 pm EST: https://bit.ly/3fEzl7x
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Check Point Software Technologies Ltd. (www.checkpoint.com) is a leading AI-powered, cloud-delivered cyber security platform provider protecting over 100,000 organizations worldwide. Check Point leverages the power of AI everywhere to enhance cyber security efficiency and accuracy through its Infinity Platform, with industry-leading catch rates enabling proactive threat anticipation and smarter, faster response times. The comprehensive platform includes cloud-delivered technologies consisting of Check Point Harmony to secure the workspace, Check Point CloudGuard to secure the cloud, Check Point Quantum to secure the network, and Check Point Infinity Core Services for collaborative security operations and services.