Unified Asset Visibility and Security for Medical Universities and Teaching Hospitals
Cyberattacks on healthcare organizations worldwide are on the rise and they show no sign of subsiding anytime soon. The healthcare sector suffered approximately 295 reported breaches in the first half of 2023 alone, according to the HHS Office for Civil Rights (OCR) data breach portal. More than 39 million individuals were implicated in healthcare data breaches in the year’s first six months.
Advances in technology are essential to improve the speed and quality of care delivery, but with increasingly connected care comes a much larger attack surface, one that most tools cannot cope with. Smart hospitals are expected to deploy 7.4 million connected IoMT devices globally by 2026, according to Juniper Research.
Medical universities and teaching hospitals, which have enterprise campuses and medical facilities to manage and protect, sit at the intersection of cyber and clinical risks. They are uniquely positioned to protect not only enterprise IT, OT, and IoT assets but also medical and IoMT devices involved in clinical workflows, patient data, and building management systems.
Armis provides unified asset visibility and security in a single platform purpose-built for this elevated threat landscape. Armis Centrix™ is the industry’s most comprehensive asset intelligence platform, offering complete visibility and maximum security across all managed or unmanaged medical devices, clinical assets, and the entire healthcare device ecosystem— with zero disruption to patient care.