Cyber security attacks in healthcare have become more sophisticated in recent years. Issues such as embedded web services with unauthenticated, unencrypted communication and default hard-coded administrative passwords are a few examples of vulnerabilities that hackers are taking advantage of and, as a result, reveal significant gaps in connected medical device security across the industry sector.
It is critical for hospitals to have insight into their connected medical device landscape to protect and detect cyber-attacks that could create operational, financial, or reputational damage to the organization.
Join Brad and Kristy as they discuss with Sumit Sehgal from Armis how security and connected medical devices are embedded into the hospital experience.
Specifically, we will discuss:
- Internet of Medical Things (IoMT)
- Innovation’s impact on the hospital experience
- Do regulatory standards improve the security of hospitals