The Danger Rogue Devices Present to Health Organizations

 

Key Points:

  1. Rogue devices are unauthorized access points or unauthorized clients
  2. An unauthorized access point typically has weak and open security allowing anyone to connect to that access point
  3. Unauthorized clients share the same spectrum as the business critical healthcare operation devices which can cause a lot of interference that has a direct impact on business continuity

Commentary:

Hospitals and healthcare organizations are entities that need to have the best cyber security. From the large amount of patient information that they have stored on their systems to the life-saving healthcare technology that utilizes a Wifi network, cyber security is definitely something that needs to stay up to date. We asked Roger Sands Wyebot CEO and co-founder, what type of threat rogue devices can present to healthcare organizations.

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