May 07, 2020

Digital Identities & Healthcare IAM: Balancing Efficiency in Clinical Workflows and the Need for Security & Privacy

Why Strong IAM Is Essential for the Business Efficiency of Healthcare Providers

IAM infrastructure is becoming increasingly critical to the business success of healthcare providers. This is driven in the first instance by digitization and connectivity of everything and the inevitable efforts of cyber-criminals to compromise the newly connected assets. At the same time, and especially in sectors like healthcare, whose business is based on the collection and use of lots of valuable consumer data, the public and governments are demanding more accountability for safeguarding and appropriate use of personal information.

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