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Cybersecurity 2017

Cybersecurity 2017
Understanding the Healthcare Security Landscape

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The importance of security in healthcare needs no introduction. Healthcare organizations find themselves constantly at risk for breaches or even direct attacks, situations for which they are often underprepared. In partnership with CHIME, KLAS interviewed nearly 200 organizations about their security programs (speaking primarily with CISOs, CIOs, CTOs, and other security professionals). This report focuses on the most impactful technologies—specifically DLP, IAM, MDM, and SIEM—and the services provider organizations use most frequently to meet security needs. For benchmarking purposes, interviewed organizations also shared best practices from and insights regarding their current security programs since security in healthcare has changed so rapidly over the past two years.

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Key Topics

  1. Healthcare Organizations Still Focusing on Foundational Technology—Firewalls and Antivirus/Malware Protection Reported as Most Impactful
  2. MDM—VMware (AirWatch) Has the MDM Market on Lockdown
  3. IAM—Imprivata Leading the Way; Microsoft Most Widely Used
  4. DLP—Symantec Most Used; Proofpoint Best for Outbound Email Filtering/Encryption
  5. SIEM—IBM and Splunk Lead in Performance and Market Share
  6. Services—Deloitte and FireEye Offer Great Security Services; NTT DATA Portfolio Broad but Weaker
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