Protecting Connected Health Requires a “NAC” for Clinical Networks

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Modern health systems must protect against the risks posed by connecting medical devices. While IoMT has undoubtedly improved patient care, these devices must be monitored to ensure they don’t become liabilities. There must be a careful balance between delivering patient care and security. A Network Access Control (NAC) system helps you create the right balance with a combination of prioritization, management and alerts for nefarious actions. The right NAC can automate processes with pre-set rules for device policy, user access and more.

Webinar attendees will learn about:
- Securing medical devices and connecting them to clinical networks while:
- Segmenting networks to protect patients, devices, and data
- Monitoring asset behaviors to detect and contain threats

Hosted by experts from Aruba, Comport, and Medigate, this webinar will provide explanations of the latest challenges, and describe solutions that secure connected health.
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