Cyberattackers are continuously on the lookout to exploit even the smallest of vulnerabilities in-hospital network. The network of a typical healthcare provider, which is connected with several endpoints, like modality workstation, radiologist workstation, doctors’ PC s, etc, has many potential entry points for malicious elements.

Potential Entry Points for Cyber Attacks

  • Phishing attacks on hospitals staff aimed at creating a backdoor entry point into the respective workstation, without the knowledge of the staff and IT domain
  • Phishing attacks on lab technicians to have them install fraudulent, malicious update of the critical software they use
  • The vulnerabilities in all internet-facing elements can be exploited by cyberthreats to gain direct access to PACS (Picture Archiving and Communication System) network
  • If PACS is not directly connected to the internet, hospital network may be infiltrated and then cyberthreats may literally move into the PACS (Which is usually connected to the internet network using static routes and IPs)
  • Compromise of remote endpoint – doctor’s personal device used for work, lab technicians devices, a device from a partner hospital and insurance provider, can all potentially infected with malware to gain backdoor entry into the hospitals
  • Credentials hospital workers can be stolen resulting in identity thefts, and malicious forces login to hospital networks on the pretext of hospital workers
  • Hospital workers can be tricked/bribed/lured by cyber attackers to plant malware, share credentials or leak critical patient information and carry out insider attacks

Key Features of Our Solutions

  • Secure on-demand access to patient data
  • Prevent identity theft & credential sharing
  • Data leakage prevention
  • Ease the burden on IT team
  • Secure and deliver any application
  • Home care for covid patients
  • Thin client integration
  • Detailed activity logs for auditing & monitoring
  • Granular access policies & contextual access