Outdated healthcare network? Don’t miss the signs and symptoms

June 16, 2017 - 2 Comments

Electronic health records. Patient monitoring devices. Imaging systems. Mobile communications. It’s true: virtually every function in your healthcare facility relies on a robust, modern digital infrastructure.

Healthy network security is a mission-critical need, too. The well-publicized WannaCry attack last month has everyone taking a closer look at cybersecurity gaps – but ransomware isn’t the only threat.

There are also increasing concerns about the tens of thousands of connected medical devices found throughout the average healthcare facility (and the vulnerabilities those devices create). But an up-to-date network can go a long way toward strengthening your digital defenses.

If it’s been a while since you’ve given your aging network a check-up, it might be time. Check out our infographic below to uncover the five signs you need to update your legacy infrastructure – before it’s in critical condition.

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