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As connected medical devices become more important to modern healthcare, biomedical engineers have a clear responsibility to keep cyber security in mind, from procurement and implementation to the regular monitoring and updating of the devices they use. The sooner a hospital realizes the overlap between biomedical engineering and cyber security, the sooner it can leverage the synergies between the departments.
Traditional network access control systems (NACs) do not provide the needed visibility to intelligently define endpoint trust relationships, restrict lateral communications, and generate best practice segmentation regimens for healthcare networks. To effectively integrate security into a Health Technology Management (HTM) plan, biomedical engineers need a solution that provides context-aware network visibility, risk assessment, threat intelligence and protection, and business-enhancing operational analytics.
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