Healthcare is Increasingly Connected
Every step of a patient’s encounter with a healthcare organization, whether virtually or in person, is connected and communicating in order to improve the patient’s experience and outcomes.
Before they even reach their appointment a patient will have interacted with connected parking systems, door controls, check in kiosks, the environmental control of the building, the elevators – and that’s before reaching the highly connected medical devices.
While connected care is driving improved efficiency lower costs and improved outcomes, it’s also exposing a vulnerable cyber attacks surface.
In this research Armis analyzed information from across the more than 3.5 billion devices tracked to identify the most at risk devices in healthcare.