How are you approaching security challenges in the healthcare space?

Top Answer : What are your risks for those lab machines?

Orange Hard Drive
IT, Software
What are your risks for those lab machines?
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Orange Hard Drive
IT, Software
There's a company that I recently learned about for ransomware called Airgap Networks. They can map out your entire environment. They can show you what your machines are connected to, or have the ability to connect to throughout your network. And it can make a rule saying, hey, this Windows PC doesn't need to connect to all this stuff. It should only connect to printers and file shares so you can block all those other connections. In addition, if an attacker does get in somehow, if you try to go to the next machine, it's going to stop you and make you authenticate via MFA. So, that's going to slow the people down. And then if all that fails and you see ransomware proliferation throughout your network, there's an easy stop button. You pre-program that button to protect all of your crown jewels (file servers, database servers, everywhere your IP is). When you hit that stop button it allows everyone to continue to work, but it stops everybody from accessing all those key systems until you figure out what the heck is going on. Everybody else I talked to about ransomware only offers to restore your system through one drive and I don't want to do that in the first place.
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Red Processor
IT, Software
I am not in the healthcare space but have a lot of friends who are.   Any everyone who is in healthcare security is concerned with ransomware. It is the biggest challenge they are facing now, and will be a massive concern in 2021.
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