Medical devices are often the most vulnerable devices on healthcare networks due to the challenges security teams are faced with when trying to secure them. Healthcare organizations have done what they can to secure systems. However, these approaches struggle to adequately secure medical devices and do not scale. A next-generation security platform delivers a comprehensive security strategy that allows healthcare organizations to focus on maintaining the highest quality of patient care.


 

St. Patrick’s Mental Health Services

End-to-end security prevents cyberthreats from disrupting services and exploiting patient records at largest, mental health services in Ireland
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Guide to Securing Microsoft Office 365 for the Enterprise

This paper describes how the Palo Alto Networks Security Operating platform secures your data in Microsoft Office 365 and other cloud applications.
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How to Secure Your Business in a Multi-Cloud World

This paper highlights an innovative security approach that eliminates the wide range of cloud risks that can cause breaches, while enabling organizations to achieve consistent and frictionless cloud protections for multi-cloud environments.
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HealthPartners

Healthcare Provider Cures Persistent Cyberthreats with Advanced Endpoint Protection and Dynamic, Integrated Threat Intelligence
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Palo Alto Networks and Medigate

Healthcare Device Identification, Classification, and Threat Prevention
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Traps PCI Compliance

The theft of credit card data continues to grow at an alarming rate. It is costly to credit card companies and merchants, and it undermines consumer confidence. The Payment Card Industry has developed the PCI Data Security Standard (PCI DSS), which includes 12 requirements for protecting cardholder data. Despite substantial investments made in securing their networks, organizations are realizing that being PCI compliant does not mean an enterprise is protected against advanced cyberattacks.
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