Healthcare requires a different approach to security
When the healthcare community is put under new stresses due to natural disasters or viral eruptions, you must pivot to meet the digital demands of first responders and healthcare agencies. Safeguarding must-haves such as Telehealth and Remote Work environments require the flexibility of the Cloud to scale at a moment’s notice.
Cloud technology has become the new center of patient care. Providing secure remote access to shared machines, workstations and EHRs lets you keep practitioners productive by having “always-on” access to tools, machines and patient records.
Health data is a coveted asset among hackers. In fact, more patient records were breached in the first half of 2019 than in 2018. Beyond ensuring data is stored, managed (even in large volumes), and accessible via policy-based controls you need to simultaneously mitigate risk by adhering to industry compliance and regulation protocols.
Keeping our customer’s network safe and secure
Looking for a vendor who can secure Office 365 while moving apps to the Cloud? This medical device company chose McAfee. Discover why they chose McAfee straight from their Senior Cybersecurity Analyst.
By integrating the capabilities of a cloud security gateway (CASB), DLP platform, and a secure web gateway, PDDR vendors such as McAfee are able to offer seamless, simplified protection.
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Through a distilled understanding of risk and posture, the ability to leverage a mix of technologies, and coverage for all device types, our device security portfolio provides a centralized defense that results in true business resilience.
Meeting compliance requirements (PCI DSS, SOX, HIPAA, and SAS-70) and reducing exposure to costly breaches, it also identifies threats as they occur and intervenes to stop attacks — reducing risk and liability for patients, practitioners and insurers.
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A modern-day whitelisting defense system for medical device manufacturers to secure embedded systems and IoT devices against malicious zero-day attacks.
More than 130 partners put industry-leading McAfee protection into a broad spectrum of products for servers, data, networks and endpoints, including Medical Devices.