As healthcare organizations continue to navigate Internet of Things security and handle dangers associated with linked gadgets, numerous are looking to beyond suppliers core capabilities to factors including expense and culture, according to KLAS Research.
Palo Alto Networks (Zingbox): 33 thought about; 5 decided/likely option.
Medigate: 29 thought about; 12 decided/likely option.
Ordr: 28 considered; 11 decided/likely choice.
Armis: 18 considered; 2 decided/likely choice.
CyberMDX: 11 considered; 2 decided/likely choice.
Cynerio: 9 considered; 2 decided/likely option.
Senato Cybersecurity Solutions: 8 considered; 7 decided/likely choice.
Asimily: 8 considered; 6 decided/likely choice.
Cylera: 7 considered; 5 decided/likely option.
Other: 7 thought about.
Jackie Drees –
Monday, November 9th, 2020
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For its Healthcare IoT Security 2020 report, KLAS talked to 51 healthcare organizations about which suppliers they have actually picked for IoT security for their respective institutions. Information for the report originates from two sources: KLAS Decision Insights Data and KLAS Performance Data.