Healthcare providers rely heavily on interconnectivity,
from our machines and computers to personal medical devices.
Because of our ever-growing reliance on shared networks, logged procedures and remote accessibility for a range of health technology, there is a huge incentive for cyber criminals to hack into, steal information and manipulate devices from organisations, compromising patients’ safety and confidentiality.
The best way to protect your business, your patients and your duty of care?
Implantable cardioverter defibrillators (ICDs)’ Bluetooth capabilities can be hacked and harm unknowing patients.
X-Ray systems might be authenticated by authorised staff on network computers, but backups on storage can be easily accessed through software breaches.
Blood Registration Units might trigger emails or a pager alert to an authorised employee if temperatures fall out of the required range, but cyber hackers can intercept them to disable alerts and change temperatures.
Our medical devices are so integral to the healthcare industry, and it’s scary to think of the potential damage to an entire system if hackers gain access.
Protect yourself against millions of dollars in lawsuits. Protect your patients from catastrophic health consequences. Protect your reputation and keep business as usual.
Better security is better care. Cyber-Nexus is the better way of protecting your business.
Why healthcare providers need Cyber-Nexus:
- Greater control over medical devices
- Secured patient data and details
- Tailor made protection for specific device types
- Defence against lawsuits and physical harm
Trusted by a growing number of organizations, Cyber-Nexus is your secret weapon to fight cybercrime in the medical devices space.
As the only physical product on the market designed specifically to protect medical devices for healthcare providers, government bodies, manufacturers and cybersecurity consultants, Cyber-Nexus is your weapon against cyber criminals. Cyber-Nexus shields your devices from the irreparable economic and societal consequences of cyber attacks like WannaCry.