Securing the computer networks of medical facilities is extremely important for the efficient functioning of the entire healthcare system and the safety of patients. Why?


A key concern of the medical industry is securing sensitive patient data. Unfortunately, the leakage of data from the hospital happens often. Sensitive data is an extremely tasty morsel - the mother's name, maiden name, social security number, pension number, payment card, and insurance details, as well as the patient's residence address, are information that can be easily sold on the black market. Not to mention the consequences offalling into the wrong hands of such data.
These types of cyber-attacks are not limited to hospitals. Private clinics, medical clinics, medical equipment vendors and suppliers are also at risk as they share the same digital information with hospitals and health care organizations. In other words, the entire healthcare sector must take appropriate precautions.
Each hospital also has different types of equipment used for diagnosis, monitoring, and treatment of patients. Connected devices of this type are extremely vulnerable to attacks. Disrupting their operation may be used to steal sensitive data, but most of all - it may endanger patients' lives. This is why healthcare needs particularly effective network protection, which will not be accessed by unknown devices.


Healthcare industry challenges

  • Protection of sensitive patient data
  • Protection of medical devices
  • Providing temporary access to the network for visitors and patients
  • High frequency of attacks and data breach attempts
  • Liability issues arising from legal provisions (e.g. GDPR)

Medical devices identification and segregation

Rozróżniaj urządzenia medyczne od innych urządzeń pracujących w sieci. System NACVIEW skutecznie zidentyfikuje urządzenia medyczne i poprzez segmentację sieci oddzieli je od pozostałych urządzeń.

Staff turnover

Automate the process of granting and denying access to the network thanks to the integration of the system with the HR system database. As a result, an employee leaving work will be automatically denied access to the network.

Guest access for patients

Grant guest access through temporary accounts. Individual network access data issued during patient registration in the hospital ensures that no user and device will be anonymous in the network.

HIS system integration

Integrate the NACVIEW system with the hospital's HIS base, which provides detailed information about the patient, including when he entered the hospital and when he left. Based on this information, the system can identify him on the network and automatically revoke him access after treatment is completed.

Captive Portal

Enable Captive Portal, which allows each patient to independently register their device on the network. The portal can also be used by hospital staff to register their private devices on the network.

End device status

Monitor the health of employees' end devices. The current version of the operating system, running anti-virus software, system firewall or verification of running processes are conditions which, if not met, may result in revoke access to the network.