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As your organization adopts new systems and infrastructure to improve patient care and enhance operational efficiency, vulnerability to cyber threats and compliance risk rises dramatically. Because the ePHI your organization manages is an increasingly high-value target for hackers, the sophisticated cyber attacks aimed at acquiring it are seldom prevented by traditional signature-based endpoint security solutions.
As the volume of transactions executed on networked endpoints grows throughout the sector, attacks aimed at capturing the valuable PCI and PII your institution safeguards will intensify. Endpoint devices are highly vulnerable to cyber attacks. Unfortunately, today's threats are too diverse and sophisticated for your institution to stake its reputation on static, signature based protection.
The systems and infrastructure that drive your organization's operations are becoming more connected, broadening the target for attackers seeking to do harm or steal highly sensitive information. Attacks aimed at the energy sector are extremely sophisticated, stealthy, and likely never before seen. Antivirus is no match for these types of threats.
Connected personal devices pave the way to a more enriching, collaborative education experience for students and faculty alike. However, the widespread open use of these technologies leaves your institution highly vulnerable to cyber attacks aimed at student records and other sensitive information.