Identify devices entering a converged network. Use network segmentation to protect devices and medical records from threats. Monitor behaviors to detect and contain threats. Improve healthcare security and strengthen ransomware protection.
Delivers instant fingerprinting of more than 250 leading medical devices as well as thousands of nonclinical devices so you know what’s on your network.
Uses traditional or software-defined network segmentation to protect medical devices and records from nonclinical devices and the lateral spread of malware.
Automate many expertise- and labor-intensive functions while protecting clinical devices used for patient well-being.
Maintain consistency and compliance for ePHI, HIPAA, PCI, HITECH, ISO 80001, and other regulations on a converged network.
Easily add technologies such as those for bedside care while giving access to personal, IT-issued, and clinical devices.
Gain market-leading visibility and access control technology for wired and wireless networks.
This software-driven technology enables easy networkwide segmentation by policy.
This security agent for mobile devices includes security posture checking and VPN as well as a single-client hub for Cisco AMP and Cisco Umbrella.
Flow-based network visibility and security analytics let you know that policy is enforced and help you see and quickly contain misbehaving devices.
Integration, information sharing, and the ability to invoke rapid threat containment improve visibility and reduce risk.
Implement ISE in a passive mode using the Medical NAC device profile library to see what is on the network. Create new device profiles as needed.
Create a baseline of normal patterns. Determine what devices need to communicate to internal and remote devices, applications, and medical records.
Use the network to protect medical devices by creating segments that give appropriate levels of access to functional peers and devices.
Get the details on medical and clinical device identity, security, and protection with this easy-to-read white paper.