Zero Trust is a comprehensive security model that is gaining momentum in the enterprise, with 72% of organizations across every sector planning to implement it by 2021. The Zero Trust approach does away with the traditional security perimeter, assuming that every user or device on the network could potentially be malicious. In a healthcare environment, the Zero Trust approach is possibly the only way to eradicate three imminent and growing threats: ransomware, outdated vendor firmware (such as the Ripple20 and Urgent11 vulnerabilities), and unsecured services such as Telnet or HTTP ports with no authentication. However, there are significant challenges healthcare organizations face when trying to implement Zero Trust. In this white paper, we’ll lay out these challenges, and suggest a path towards the implementation of Zero Trust in the healthcare industry
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