With so many connected devices and diverse motives driving bad actors, hospitals have become a cyber battleground. Medical devices introduce a wide range of operating systems and communication protocols that traditional cyber security solutions cannot adequately protect. Leveraging our expertise in medical device vulnerabilities, CyberMDX delivers zero-touch threat prevention through an easy-to-deploy solution. We provide unmatched visibility and protection for medical and IoT devices, ensuring operational continuity as well as patient and data safety.
A hospital’s number one goal is to provide safe, secure, and high-quality medical care to ensure the well-being and safety of its patients. To address this, healthcare providers rely on connected medical devices for their clinical workflows and life-saving treatments.
Unlike other IT assets, connected medical devices are often unprotected or unmanaged. As a result, they are extremely vulnerable to breaches, ransomware, or other attacks that could adversely impact data confidentiality and patient safety.
The CyberMDX solution was designed to scale from the smallest to the largest environments by leveraging a multi-tiered architecture that can support any HDO, region, facility location, or device (medical, IoMT, IoT, desktop, server, network devices, wireless) in a single pane of glass.
Works across multiple network architectures (centralized, distributed, segmented) enabling scale, easy install, and optimal efficiency.
Zero-trust security model enables micro-segmentation based on asset visibility and trusted relationships.
CyberMDX integrates with diverse third-party products across IT systems and network solutions.
Of all hospitals operate without a designated security person.
"We looked for several key attributes in both the solution and the vendor. The CyberMDX team really delivered on them. I was easy easily able to integrate with our proprietary workflow management system. The support -- from sales to pro services to implementation -- is exceptional. And I’d say the defining factor was when we ran a pen test of a wide network cyber-attack, CyberMDX was the only vendor that detected it. "