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Thorough, intelligent identity for healthcare

Many healthcare organizations place a heavy emphasis on keeping outsiders out of their information technology (IT) infrastructure

Jim Wilhelm

Jim Wilhelm

Principal, Cyber Security, KPMG US

+1 267-256-7271

Many healthcare organizations place a heavy emphasis on keeping outsiders out of their information technology (IT) infrastructure. While the value of perimeter security is undeniable, what do you do once an outsider gets inside?

With the volume and impact of costly security breaches on the rise, it has become increasingly apparent that providers must place identity at the heart of any program to ensure secure access, maintain compliance, and reduce risk. 

The digitization of healthcare continues to change the threat landscape. Among the more difficult challenges is the proper and efficient governance of user identities and their access to patient data and other sensitive information.

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