A recent advisory highlights the imminent threats to U.S. hospitals and healthcare providers. A threat assessment for the EU noted that more than 66% of healthcare organizations experienced a ransomware attack in 2019, and a recent Purple Notice shows that Interpol’s Cybercrime Threat Response team has detected a “significant increase” in ransomware attempts against hospitals and medical organizations.
Nutanix helps healthcare providers achieve greater telehealth success more quickly. For example, Delaware Valley Community Health (DVCH) turned to Nutanix hyperconverged infrastructure (HCI) when it’s traditional three-tier architecture could no longer deliver the performance and availability needed by the organization.
Built-in Auditing and Remediation. The HCI software and hypervisor remain in compliance and don’t deviate from the initial secure configuration.
Streamlined Patches and Updates. Nutanix has simplified upgrades for all software and firmware running on our systems making it much easier to keep them up-to-date and secure.
Data-at-Rest Encryption. All data stored on Nutanix can be encrypted using flexible methods, ensuring that media such as flash drives cannot be read if removed from the datacenter.
Least-Privilege Access. Users and administrators receive the least amount of privilege necessary for their roles, limiting the damage that can be done if any access credentials are compromised.
Role-based access control (RBAC). Different security policies can be assigned to different groups and administrative levels.