One of the NHS Digital Data Security and Protection Toolkit requirements is that healthcare organisations must ensure technology is secure and up to date. However, this is easier said than done when hospitals have 1000’s of IoT devices that the IT security team have little or no visibility of.
These devices are crucial to patient’s well-being and ultimately help save lives. Unfortunately, they are often run on legacy operating systems, have little or no in-built security and are difficult to patch.
Join Sapphire at 10am on 19th May for a live session during which we will discuss:
– The threats and challenges faced by the NHS
– How to identify and carry out a risk analysis on your network
– How to help you to eliminate vulnerabilities and protect your network against Malware and hacking
Organisations that register for this session will have the opportunity to take advantage of a free our IoT Security Check-Up audit, which will allow organisations to have had complete visibility of their IoT risk, including:
• All the IoT devices on their target network segment
• Vulnerabilities in their existing IoT, OT or ICS devices, such as outdated firmware and configuration issues
• Identified threats, such as suspicious communications to and from devices
• Recommendations on how to mitigate threats