Palo Alto Networks Ensures More Visibility and Prevention in Meeting Privacy Requirements of IoMT
Palo Alto Networks | February 22, 2021
Cybersecurity solutions firm Palo Alto Networks tends to arising worries on healthcare data security in the midst of a worldwide wellbeing emergency. Utilizing machine learning (ML), the organization guarantees more visibility and anticipation in gathering protection prerequisites of the Internet of Medical Things (IoMT).
The move desires to help improve data security and patient safety while addressing the requirements of both IT groups and biomedical engineering groups. Internet of Things (IoT), while presents numerous advantages, additionally presents new cybersecurity hazards more so in healthcare.
“The Internet of Medical Things has the potential to improve healthcare, save lives, and bring massive savings. But if not properly secured, these same devices can pose huge risks,” said Anand Oswal, senior vice president and general manager, Firewall as a Platform, Palo Alto Networks. “Our vision is to give healthcare organizations complete visibility, in-depth risk analysis, and built-in prevention so they can get the maximum benefits from this transformative technology while reducing risks to patients and their data.”
As indicated by a new report from Palo Alto Networks'Unit 42, 83% of medical imaging devices are running on unsupported operating systems, making them expected roads for attackers. Assaults on medical devices like these can conceivably upset the nature of the mind and permit attackers to steal patient data.
Palo Alto Networks IoT Security is intended to guarantee Healthcare Delivery Organizations (HDOs) can understand the advantages of IoT for patient consideration without forfeiting security. The organization claims it is the business' just answer for use ML and publicly supported telemetry to rapidly and precisely profile all devices on the organization even those never seen. IoT Security additionally offers ML-fueled strategy proposals to lessen manual effort; intrusion prevention to obstruct exploits; sandboxing to identify and forestall IoT malware, and URL and DNS security to stop IoT assaults through the web.
About Palo Alto Networks:
Palo Alto Networks, Inc. is an American multinational cybersecurity company with headquarters in Santa Clara, California. Its core products are a platform that includes advanced firewalls and cloud-based offerings that extend those firewalls to cover other aspects of security.