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Healthcare IoT Security 2022
Moving beyond Device Visibility

author - Joe VanDeGraaff
Joe VanDeGraaff
author - Dan Czech
Dan Czech
author - Ciera Walker
Ciera Walker
February 15, 2022 | Read Time: 15  minutes

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As the number of devices connected to networks within healthcare organizations continues to grow, so does the potential for network security to be compromised. These security risks—which can come from medical devices or the myriad other devices connected to healthcare networks—can impact not only information security but patient safety as well. Many healthcare internet of things (IoT) security solutions give organizations visibility into connected devices, but the most effective solutions also help actively reduce the risk associated with those devices. To inform healthcare organizations of their IoT security options, this report highlights the performance and purchase decision energy of software vendors in this space. The performance of IoT security services firms is also shared.

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Key Findings:

  1. High-Scoring Medigate & Ordr Continue to See High Market Energy; Armis’ Traction Increasing
  2. Palo Alto Networks Highly Considered but Trails the Market in Overall Customer Satisfaction
  3. Asimily Rated High Value for Clinical/Biomedical Engineering; Cynerio Is Strong for IT/Networking Value
  4. Services Firms: First Health Advisory Provides Expertise & Effective Risk Management
author - Sarah Hanson
Sarah Hanson
author - Natalie Jamison
Natalie Jamison
author - Mary Bentley
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