Enforce policy, ensure auditability, and protect medical devices
Protecting Patient Identifiable Data has become a major focus within the NHS, presenting three key challenges:
Effective security for the health sector
While all trusts have some measure of inbound antivirus and malware protection, many still fail to prevent leaks through endpoints. Securing web-based applications, virtual environments, and sensitive data adds to the challenge. We can help secure your world with a range of solutions that:
Protect sensitive patient data with data policy and enforcement
Without effective compliance and data security measures, trusts are exposed to inadvertent data breaches via email and other common messaging tools.
Device encryption and port control are essential but not enough. These measures won’t prevent authorised insiders from sending sensitive documents through corporate email and messaging systems or unencrypted devices.
Our solutions help identify what data is sensitive, understand access patterns, set and enforce policy-based permissions, and educate authorised users with timely on-screen alerts before a violation occurs.
Block medical device malware
Increasingly, critical patient care devices are now internet-connected and exposed to serious network-borne malware threats.
To avoid operating system problems, many clinicians operate this equipment without reliance on a local client or server. The Trust must test and approve software updates, and patches are delayed.
In response, we developed Deep Security, a virtual malware agent that: