Putting Healthcare Security Under the Microscope

June 9, 2019

Forescout analyzes deployment data to better understand the cybersecurity risks facing healthcare organizations today. The Internet of Medical Things (IoMT) continues to offer exciting possibilities for healthcare organizations to improve patient care. However, this digital transformation and increase in connectivity is also introducing new privacy and security risks. The device landscape is growing exponentially, adding to the complexity of networks and making it difficult to manage and improve their security posture.

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