Ransomware Attacks Continue
Ransomware attacks on hospitals have continued to rise, even in these unprecedented times. They can cripple hospital operations and patient care delivery. Armis can detect and respond to real time attacks, whether traditional attempts to steal personal and financial information or direct ransomware attacks.
Armis continuously analyzes device behavior for suspicious or malicious activity so it can detect and stop attacks that could put you and your patients at risk.
Critical Business Continuity
Ensuring medical equipment like MRIs, x-ray machines, and ventilators stay operational so they can deliver care is key for any healthcare delivery organization.
Armis safely determines whether any of your medical devices are vulnerable to ransomware attacks like WannaCry, Netwalker and more, which helps your security team take proactive measures to protect these devices from malicious downtime.
If Armis detects ransomware or other attacks, it can trigger your existing security enforcement products and even your network infrastructure (switches, routers, wireless LAN controllers) to block communication from the infected device to stop lateral spreading of an infection.
The Armis agentless device security platform continuously and passively monitors device behavior on your network and in your airspace to analyze the state and behavior of all devices in and around your network. We don't scan your network or probe your devices as these approaches can disrupt sensitive medical and IoT devices, potentially causing loss of life and breakdown of business processes.
Critical Threat Detection
The Armis cloud-based threat detection engine uses machine learning and artificial intelligence to detect when a device is operating outside of its normal “known-good” baseline. It continuously monitors the behavior of all devices on your network and in your airspace for behavioral anomalies that indicate the device has been compromised. This behavioral analysis compares the real-time behavior of each device with:
- The historical behavior of the device
- The behavior of similar devices in your environment
- The behavior of similar devices in other environments
- Common attack techniques
- Information from threat intelligence feeds