The future of healthcare is being driven by innovation and digital transformation, with a strong focus on open standards interoperability and distributed ecosystems.
Although the acceleration of digital technologies, IoT, Internet of Things (IoMT) and the use of medical devices have been beneficial in advancing the delivery of care delivered More information and access to care, but the introduction of more devices on the network increases the risk to the threat landscape. Keeping up with cybersecurity threats has always been a challenge, but today the rate at which new threats emerge is astounding.
When it comes to security in healthcare, it’s clear that uncertainty has become the new normal. Many organizations are uncertain about how to identify and manage digital risk in the face of ever-changing threats, and their current risk management strategies cannot keep up.
We encourage you to explore our new thought leadership document titled “Cybersecurity threats a top concern for healthcare CIOs and CISOs”, where we explore break:
- The context of healthcare cybersecurity
- How to focus on a security resilience strategy
- Points to consider when assessing your network readiness
- Possible next steps to address your healthcare organization’s security needs