One of the keys to securing biomedical devices – an area that hasn’t received near enough attention – is educating and empowering those on the frontline, said our panelists during a recent discussion. “We need to engage nurses on the ground.”
With remote and hybrid work models becoming the norm, IT and security leaders face mounting pressures to safeguard expanding networks, according to Chris Frenz and Chuck Christian. One critical step? Making sure security is a “shared responsibility.”
When it comes to securing unmanaged medical devices, knowledge is power—but it’s only half the battle, according to our panelists. “You need to have the right tools so you can see what’s in your environment and address it.”
With more devices than ever before connected to the network, IT security leaders face mounting challenges in managing vulnerabilities. But by employing a “deliberate” approach and teaming up with the right stakeholders, it’s not an impossible task.
The ability to leverage metrics in the context of risk management has helped organizations like Children’s National Hospital secure much-needed investments, said CIO Matt MacVey during a recent discussion. “It’s been a game-changer.”