How hospitals can manage and protect their complex medical device landscape from attacks
Healthcare IT News
According to a Deloitte study, approximately 68% of medical devices will be either connected or connectable to a health system network by 2025. Each of those devices simultaneously represents an opportunity for healthcare providers to transform the delivery of patient care as well as for attackers to infiltrate a health system’s network, as any device is a potential entry point for hackers. To strike a balance between improving patient care and mitigating cyber risks, hospitals need solutions to help manage and protect their medical devices and refine their security position.
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