New OnDemand | Are you Confident in your IoMT Security Approach for 2023?
Attacks against healthcare providers have risen every year for over a decade, with a large increase during the pandemic and a further rise of 94% in 2022. Many attacks exploit vulnerabilities in Internet of Medical Things (IoMT) devices to gain initial network access, taking advantage of underfunded security budgets, and extremely low downtime tolerance. As attacks on hospitals grow and evolve, HDOs need to increase the prioritization of IoMT security alongside many competing priorities in 2023.
To increase an organization’s security posture and reduce risk of an attack, hospitals need an IoMT strategy that proactively prioritizes the highest risk vulnerabilities with automated, clear recommended actions. Security and IT teams need the ability to delegate and track the highest value fixes.
Watch this webinar for insight into the future of securing IoMT in 2023 including:
- Reducing security risks with complete asset visibility;
- Evaluating the exploitability and severity of vulnerabilities and building an effective vulnerability management program;
- Anomaly detection and forensic analysis capabilities that enable rapid incident response.