Joe Brown, CISSP - Director of Strategy, North America at CyberMDX
In 2019 alone some 1,185 separate known attacks/breaches targeted healthcare organizations. The current state of healthcare cybersecurity is critical to know so you can be prepared. More importantly, the best practices with end-to-end risk management will help HDOs to mitigate breaches and prevent future attacks.
Join us for a discussion on risk assessment and how you can better protect your medical devices, your patients, and your healthcare workers.
In this webinar, you will:
- Understand the current state of healthcare cybersecurity and challenges
- Receive an overview for the security lifecycle management of risks to your devices
- Leverage the best practices for overcoming these challenges
A discussion on the evolving healthcare IoT and medical device landscape.
Over the course of this webinar, attention will be given to:
Immediately actionable best practices for improved medical device cybersecurity
How to go beyond traditional vulnerability reports to automatically identify, granularly profile, and intelligently manage network endpoints
Demonstrating how leading cybersecurity solutions assist in risk avoidance and management efforts
In order to stay competitive while improving patient care, hospitals increasingly turn to technology.
The result is a rapid expansion and diversification of the medical device and IoT network. Along with that comes an expanded and more difficult to manage attack surface. As cyber threats grow and the potential for operational asynchronicities compound, connected clinical assets are quickly becoming liabilities.
Learn about healthcare IoMT security and proactive cyber intelligence
CyberMDX helps medical, IT, and compliance teams detect, understand, and prevent cyber attacks. Our extensive research and analysis of medical device vulnerabilities provides healthcare delivery organizations (HDOs) unprecedented insight into their network security. In this channel, you will learn how to identify connected assets (managed or unmanaged) as well as how to detect intruders and keep patients and staff safe. Other areas of coverage include ensuring continuous discovery of medical devices, comprehensive risk assessments, and AI-based containment and response - and much more!