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Cynerio launches enhanced Healthcare Cybersecurity Platform   

Healthcare cyber security specialist Cynerio has this month launched a new enhanced Healthcare Cybersecurity Platform. 

The product launch, to be showcased at Digital Health Rewired NEC Birmingham, enhances the company’s cyber security platform supporting over 50 trusts and two integrated care systems.  

Through the platform, Cynerio seeks to address some of the key cyber security challenges that health and care organisations can face, such as limited resources, a dependence on outdated tech and constant evolution of cyber threats.  

Healthcare Cybersecurity combines features including medical device security with “deep security insight” into non-IT connected devices, prioritised risk remediation, cyber compliance reporting; network detection and response, including “day one security protections”, fully validated findings and Cynerio Live response support; patient data security with identification of targets for future breaches and supported remediation guidance; and complete asset visibility, offering features such as automated discovery of connected services, “single pane of glass visibility” and the elimination of challenges brought about by vendor overlap.  

Cynerio states that their approach “encompasses essential strategies” such as proactive patching and migrosegmentation, and shares hopes that the platform can support healthcare professionals in navigating the cybersecurity landscape.  

Doron Dreyer, VP for international sales at Cynerio, comments: “Amidst the escalating threats facing healthcare providers, we take pride in presenting our steadfast solution for safeguarding hospital settings. Recognising the distinctive challenges in healthcare data protection, our latest platform integrates cutting-edge technology to avert patient data breaches and enhance overall patient safety.”

The company will be showcasing the platform at Digital Health Rewired, NEC in Birmingham on 12-13 March 2024; click here to find out more in the meantime. 

HTN recently shared guidance from NHS England on network segmentation for healthcare staff members responsible for the architecture, design, implementation and maintenance of their network security, including insights on technologies that can be used and recommended focus areas. 

We also recently reported on the news that The Digital Care Hub has launched a free e-learning course on data and cyber security for adult social care staff.