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How Healthcare Cybersecurity Helps Improve Patient Care

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.
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    Agenda

    5 mins - Intro
    10 mins - A common pitfall for connected medical devices
    15 mins - Vulnerabilities exploiting the issue
    15 mins - Preventing current & future vulnerabilities of such kind
    15 mins - Q&A
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  • How Healthcare Cybersecurity Helps Improve Patient Care Recorded: Apr 17 2020 30 mins
    Safi Oranski
    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.
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    Watch this 30-minute webinar-on-demand to learn about the digital health challenges facing HDOs and the best-practice strategies used to mitigate those threats.
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    An overview of the currently prevailing state of cyber risk across hospitals
    A practical review of specific data compromises and what can be learned
    A breakdown of the most persistent challenges faced
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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!

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