The push from paper to electronic data presents a new set of security challenges in an industry laden with regulations regarding the handling of patient data. Healthcare records are highly valuable due to the amount of data they contain. Everything a cybercriminal requires to obtain a bank loan or send fake bills to insurance providers is contained within a person’s medical records.
The future of cybersecurity in the healthcare industry depends on establishing patient trust, ensuring consistent and timely delivery of experiences and data, and augmenting the security of PHI and other medical information.
According to Radware research, providers are focused on ensuring their healthcare data is secure and their services and applications remain online.
The transition to public clouds, network-connected devices and the move towards online and application-based services mean more vulnerabilities and more data breaches.
When healthcare services and applications go down, healthcare providers say productivity/operational loss, negative customer experience and intellectual property loss is the result.
Protection from various attack vectors, including Burst attacks, dynamic IP attacks, SSL floods, IoT botnets, and more
Radware’s application protection can distinguish between “good” bots and “bad” bots for protection of websites, APIs and mobile apps
Radware provides an application security solution for every environment, with automatic policy generation
Guard against encrypted attacks without compromising user privacy or adding network latency
Radware’s ninth annual Global Application & Network Security report analyzes the challenges faced by organizations as they seek to balance agility with cybersecurity.
Learn about the evolving challenges healthcare organizations face as they continually deploy more online services and the Radware solutions they can implement to protect sensitive health records.
Learn how this company migrated its application environment to Microsoft Azure to gain more agility and scalability and improve the security of their protected health information.
See how this healthcare provider was able to consolidate their various network security tools into one, helping them secure sensitive data and reduce network latency within a strict budget.