Healthcare's Need for Shifting Security Priorities from Prevention to Detection

BankInfoSecurity

The digital revolution has given healthcare organizations new tools to increase team efficiency and improve their customer experience. But it's also opened up new vectors that cybercriminals can use to attack. As your attack surface expands to web infrastructure that you don't own or control, it becomes increasingly difficult to protect your digital assets and your data. You must shift security priorities from prevention to detection and remediation.
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Segmentation of networks, devices, users, and applications has long been a best practice for supplementing edge security and breaking up flat internal networks. However, for network engineering and operations leaders who prioritize risk mitigation, achieving compliance and effective security posture management, current segmentation approaches fall short. Traditional approaches control access at a level that is too coarse-grained to fulfill business requirements. They rely on trust assessments that are quickly outdated and assume that threat protection exists, even when the organization has gaping holes in its growing attack surface. This kind of environment renders network engineering and operations leaders unable to manage their security posture proactively and leaves their organization open to greater security risk.

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Joint webinar featuring ThreatConnect and FireEye iSight Intelligence: “How to Prioritize and Protect Against Relevant Threats: Context is Key”. The webinar covers how to prioritize your team’s response and put your intelligence to use.
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Vanguard Group

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Overcoming Cloud & Security Challenges

Synoptek

74% of Healthcare organizations report leveraging the Cloud to achieve financial savings and operational efficiencies. However, recent findings show over 60% of these organizations are experiencing Cloud adoption challenges and Security anxiety. It is essential for Healthcare organizations to overcome these challenges as there is a much larger digital transformational trend ahead, where Cloud will become a crucial component of patient care innovation. Join Healthcare IT veterans from Microsoft & Synoptek, as they discuss the future of Cloud for Healthcare and best practices to help you overcome Cloud challenges and achieve higher levels of operational efficiency, security, and HIPAA compliance in the Cloud.
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Spotlight

Segmentation of networks, devices, users, and applications has long been a best practice for supplementing edge security and breaking up flat internal networks. However, for network engineering and operations leaders who prioritize risk mitigation, achieving compliance and effective security posture management, current segmentation approaches fall short. Traditional approaches control access at a level that is too coarse-grained to fulfill business requirements. They rely on trust assessments that are quickly outdated and assume that threat protection exists, even when the organization has gaping holes in its growing attack surface. This kind of environment renders network engineering and operations leaders unable to manage their security posture proactively and leaves their organization open to greater security risk.

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