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Bridging Healthcare Security Gaps: Better Authentication Improves Controls

In this report, you will learn:

  • How to balance access management for healthcare professionals and remote workers with a modern, secure access solution.
  • How a zero trust approach helps healthcare organizations meet HIPAA compliance.
  • How a tokenless 2FA solution can reduce time spent entering credentials and authenticating.
  • An overview on how device health monitoring can help prevent data breaches.
  • A detailed account of how single sign-on (SSO) can streamline access to cloud applications.

Controlling Access to Sensitive Information Is More Complex in Healthcare

Today, healthcare organizations (HCOs) have more access management pain points with the volume of patients increasing along with more BYODs (bring your own devices) and remote workers who need to connect to the VPN and cloud applications without friction or the privacy concerns that come with an MDM (mobile device management) solution. The process of guarding healthcare information and networks has become complex. It is important to make access usability symbiotic with security. Time spent trying to gain access is time not spent on patients.

Learn How To Bridge Security Gaps

By bridging security gaps, HCOs can simplify and protect access to applications while preventing costly breaches. The good news is better authentication improves controls. By restricting access to sensitive applications and ensuring the devices used are safe to access them, HCOs can bridge two of the most serious security gaps while implementing a zero trust framework.

We take a deep dive into healthcare security and trusted access. In this report you will learn how healthcare organizations can simplify their technology and stay secure.

Download Bridging Healthcare Security Gaps: Better Authentication Improves Controls now and learn how to bridge the unique security gaps healthcare organizations face with a simple powerful solution.