SecurityInfoWatch November 30, 2022

The document will help healthcare security teams understand where their organization is on the connected device security maturity curve, and where to focus efforts to make improvements.

Ordr, the leader in connected device security, today published a maturity model aimed at helping healthcare organizations benchmark their connected device security efforts and develop a strategy to improve the efficiency and strength of their security programs.

Entitled “A Practical Guide: Implementing Connected Device Security for Healthcare Organizations,” the document serves as a framework for healthcare security teams, helping them understand where their organization is on the connected device security maturity curve, and where to focus efforts to make improvements.
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