How Zero Trust in Healthcare Can Keep Pace With the Threat Landscape

How Zero Trust in Healthcare Can Keep Pace With the Threat Landscape

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Healthcare has and will likely always be a prime target for cyberattacks, given its valuable data and the need for constant data access to ensure continuity of care. While awareness around these issues has drastically improved, the need for a zero trust in healthcare will be crucial moving forward given the sector’s staffing gaps, limited resources, and other challenges. 

Given the disparities, it’s imperative that the sector address these challenges now. Ideally, zero trust infrastructure could remediate issues with credential theft, authentication, authorization, and even a heavy reliance on Virtual Private Networks (VPNs). 

But with limited staffing and resources, it’s important to ask: just how feasible would a zero trust model be in the healthcare sector? 

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