As healthcare organizations continue to navigate Internet of Things security and manage risks associated with connected devices, many are looking to beyond vendor’s core capabilities to factors including cost and culture, according to KLAS Research.
For its Healthcare IoT Security 2020 report, KLAS interviewed 51 healthcare organizations about which vendors they have selected for IoT security for their respective institutions. Data for the report comes from two sources: KLAS Decision Insights Data and KLAS Performance Data.
Here is the overall decision energy by hospitals choosing new IoT vendors:
- Palo Alto Networks (Zingbox): 33 considered; 5 decided/likely choice
- Medigate: 29 considered; 12 decided/likely choice
- 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 choice
- Senato Cybersecurity Solutions: 8 considered; 7 decided/likely choice
- Asimily: 8 considered; 6 decided/likely choice
- Cylera: 7 considered; 5 decided/likely choice
- Other: 7 considered
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