The healthcare sector is increasingly at risk from cyberattacks, making stringent security measures a must. Inclusive of remote offices and interconnected branch networks, the adoption of Zero Trust and Zero Trust Network Access (ZTNA) frameworks provide robust defenses enabling constant user verification and device authentication which, along with improved access control, can minimize potential data breaches and help ensure compliance with the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA). Successful adoption can help safeguard patient data and guarantee uninterrupted care provision.
Rampant ransomware attacks have hit the healthcare industry, with incidents increasing by more than 600%, costing an average of $10 million per breach. This has