The New Normal in Healthcare Security
Common Sense Virtual Roundtable:

The New Normal in Healthcare Security

September 22nd, Successfully held

Presented by

CyberMDX

Here’s what we discussed:

With an average of 30,000 connected assets, the IT environment of a hospital is extremely complex. Managing such a dynamic environment presents operational and security challenges. With resources already stretched thin, hospitals must quickly address the dramatic rise in attempted cyber-attacks that has been occurring since the COVID-19 outbreak began.

In this roundtable, we discussed how to gain visibility into all of your organization’s connected devices, the potential threat from bad actors, and what steps you can take to ensure the safety of your patients and your healthcare workers.

Moderated by 

Dustin Anders
Vice President of Global Field Engineering, CyberMDX
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Here is what we learned:

With an average of 30,000 connected assets, the IT environment of a hospital is extremely complex. Managing such a dynamic environment presents operational and security challenges.
With resources already stretched thin, hospitals must quickly address the dramatic rise in attempted cyber-attacks that have been occurring since the COVID-19 outbreak began.
In this virtual roundtable about the new normal in healthcare security, moderated by CyberMDX, the following topics were discussed: how to gain visibility into all of your organization’s connected devices, the potential threat from bad actors, and what steps you can take to ensure the safety of your patients and your healthcare workers.
Here are some of the key highlights:

When the pandemic shut medical centers down, cloud-based software helped non-essential employees work from home.

During this off-site time, projects that were on the backburner were put into the forefront so that everyday routines were smoother when they returned.

Workload increased as resources were stretched.

Pre-COVID-19, some medical centers had adequate IT budgets but a lack of FTEs. With furloughs, FTEs were even harder to come by, and that became bad for morale. With elective surgeries being postponed or canceled due to the COVID risk, hospitals’ revenues were decimated, and it caused abrupt work stops.

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About CyberMDX

CyberMDX mission is to enable healthcare delivery organizations to do what they need to do – which is to provide quality care. And they do that by securing and protecting the systems and devices they rely on every day to treat illnesses and save lives.

CyberMDX solution is cloud-based. Its called CyberMDX Healthcare Security Suite. It basically identifies, categorizes, and protects connected medical devices, ultimately to help our customers ensure patient safety, data privacy and compliance.

CyberMDX have a dedicated research team that works to both alert the broad community to vulnerabilities they find (e.g. CISA, FDA, MITRE, etc.) and provide their customers insights and Intel, based on those findings.

Who attended?

Baptist online
Best Care
Catholic Health Initiatives
The University of Kansas Health System
Washington Regional

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