RedSeal has helped healthcare organizations avoid network issues year after year by focusing on cybersecurity fundamentals:
- Showing you what’s on your network – including in your cloud environments.
- Showing you how everything is connected. You’ll see all potential access, intended or not.
- Identifying actual cyber risk to your network from vulnerabilities and incidents.
With RedSeal, healthcare cybersecurity teams have:
- Verified their network segmentation and passed PCI audits.
- Been confident that their unpatchable medical devices are protected behind firewalls.
- Verified their network policy and regulation compliance.
- Visualized their network by site and by service.
- Been notified when network changes are made, cloud instances added, or sites come online.
- Prioritized vulnerabilities based not just on severity and asset value, but on actual risk in their networks.
- Understood what cyber risk was being added to their network from mergers or acquisitions.
- Used RedSeal Professional Services so they can see this value quickly.
Three key findings on how RedSeal supports modern healthcare cyber security and compliance objectives
A recent study by independent industry analysts at TAG Cyber concluded that the network modeling inherent in the RedSeal platform is well-suited to meet the needs of the modern healthcare organization for cyber security—specifically, cyber visibility, compliance and risk management.
The primary management conclusions drawn from this independent assessment by TAG Cyber involved three main findings:
- Network Complexity—RedSeal addresses network complexity by increasing visibility and understanding of the growing number of different medical devices and systems that complicate modern healthcare networks.
- Security Controls—RedSeal strongly supports the identification, prioritization, and implementation of the optimal, broad cyber security controls to be applied across a healthcare organization’s network.
- Compliance Risk—RedSeal enables enterprise teams to address their growing liability, risk, and compliance needs through the use of cyber mappings, summary reports, and data visualization.
To learn more, please download the study here.
REGIONAL U.S. HEALTHCARE PROVIDER
SITUATION: To avoid increased fees from credit card companies, the cybersecurity team needed to pass their PCI audit—quickly. Unfortunately, the team is short staffed and so busy they haven’t been able to create standard operating procedures. The cybersecurity team had other concerns, too. They needed to ensure that their unpatchable medical devices remained protected and behind firewalls. And, they wanted to be more proactive about cybersecurity rather than just react to alerts.
A LARGE U.S. RESEARCH HOSPITAL
SITUATION: At a large research hospital, the cybersecurity team members didn’t have enough information to do their jobs. The cybersecurity team was small, and they lacked visibility into their network. They knew a new hospital would come online but they didn’t know when. They’d heard that some groups were working with AWS instances, but they didn’t know where or how many. They just didn’t know what they didn’t know. So, they asked RedSeal to show them what’s on their network, how it’s connected and the associated risk.
LARGE SOUTHERN U.S. HEALTHCARE PROVIDER
SITUATION: The cybersecurity team for this large Southern US healthcare system needed help to pass a PCI audit. They didn’t know how their network was segmented or what subnets had PCI card holder data. They also wanted one “source of truth” for all their inventory, their Service Now CMDB.
Additionally, their vulnerability management team wanted to improve patching prioritization by understanding potential access within the network. They knew the vulnerability severity and the value of the asset, but they wanted to know if the asset could be directly accessed from an untrusted network—and what an attacker could reach if the asset was compromised.