IT security has become a top priority in healthcare due to many recent successful attacks. Cybercriminals often use phishing tactics and other methods to trick users into providing their passwords or to steal credentials, which can then be used to access critical systems and information.
But how can you increase security without disrupting workflows or productivity?
By implementing multifactor authentication for remote network access and other workflows, healthcare organizations can minimize the risk of attacks and improve security. But there are unique challenges to consider when selecting a solution to ensure a seamless workflow with minimal impact to productivity.
Reserve your spot today to learn:
- Tips for evaluating authentication solutions for your organization
- Best practices for implementation of a strong multifactor authentication platform to make security invisible for end users
- The importance of having a centralized multifactor authentication solution for all workflows, including remote access and e-prescribing of controlled substances (EPCS)