The National Cyber Security Centre has fended off around 200 attacks related the UK’s Covid-19 pandemic in the past eight months.
In its annual review, published on 3 November, the agency reported on its handling of 723 cyber security incidents between 1 September 2019 and 31 August 2020, with particular focus on bolstering the NHS in the wake of the pandemic.
More than 160 “high-risk and critical vulnerabilities” were shared with NHS trusts to raise awareness of threats, while 230 victims of Covid-19-related incidents, many impacting the NHS, were supported.
Healthcare IT teams are continuously adapting to new and improved technologies, to provide a superior experience to patients and care workers. And in the current cybersecurity landscape, fortifying IT networks and improving visibility over distributed workforce, have moved to the top of everyone’s security checklist.
Join us in this session, where we’ll explain, how a unified endpoint management (UEM) solution helps you protect your IT from advanced threats, and enhance the end-user experience.
In this session, you will learn how to:
- Utilize modern healthcare endpoint management practices, with real-time use cases.
- Stay ahead of trouble – a zero-touch security model.
- Administer zero-trust and bridge the gap between productivity and security.
- Comply with complex regulations (HIPAA, PCI DSS, HITECH)
- Achieve a befitting equilibrium between securing endpoints and end-user experience.
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