Healthcare organizations across the UK are gearing up to meet the June 30th deadline to complete the NHS Data Security and Protection reporting requirements.
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For many, this will be a process of manually inventorying every device on their network, possibly creating or updating a spreadsheet that may not have been touched since June 2022, and a lot of digitally and physically searching for, and then identifying devices. For one organization, this process involved more than 30 people and hundreds of hours.
Working with a number of NHS Trusts , we looked at the specific challenges organizations faced and collaborated on a number of new features and dashboards in the Armis platform. Some of the often faced barriers we heard include:
As a result of these partnerships, Armis has introduced new DSPT specific compliance dashboards and reports to simplify the DSPT process.
At its core, the Armis platform is able to provide the visibility and risk profile information that forms the basis not only for DSP reporting, but for critical use cases including consistent inventory assessment, CMDB enrichment, security gap analysis and vulnerability management. These core capabilities include:
Through the collaborations with NHS Trusts, Armis has introduced:
Although DSP compliance reporting is undoubtedly an important milestone. The value of the Armis platform doesn’t stop there. With a complete asset inventory and associated risk and vulnerability data, Armis can further support NHS organizations with:
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Mater Misericordiae University Hospital (Mater Hospital) in Dublin, Ireland is a level four acute care teaching hospital and is part of the Ireland East Hospital Group. While investigating where the gaps existed on its network, it became clear to Mater Hospital to add Armis to its best of breed solutions in order to keep its environment safe.