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WHITE PAPER

Redefining Security Strategy in Healthcare

 

In this flexible, interconnected, and cloud-based reality, identity and access management (IAM) holds the key to preventing cyberattacks

The rising number of incidents related with healthcare data breach, and the associated costs, have put an increased focus on the need for advanced security implementation. Different stakeholders are now collecting an exploding volume of patient, provider, payer, and hospital data. Most commonly targeted data attributes in healthcare include social security numbers, health information, and financial information, the impact of such attacks is also felt more severely than in any other sector. A new security strategy, built around strong identity and access management, can help the healthcare organizations safeguard their network and data against these evolving threats.

In this flexible, interconnected, and cloud-based reality, identity and access management (IAM) holds the key to preventing cyberattacks. IAM solutions can be implemented across different layers of a healthcare organization.

  • Identity Lifecycle
  • Access Management
  • Authentication
  • Governance
  • Audit and Compliance

In this whitepaper we discuss the ways security framework can act as a starting point for healthcare firms in their journey towards an evolved, resilient, and future-proof security landscape.

Dip Narayan Das

Head of Technology Excellence Group, Healthcare Business Unit

Indranil Ghosh

Senior Solution Architect, Technology Excellence Group, Healthcare Business Unit

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