Secure your patients’ data and minimize the threat from malicious attacks.
Protect your patients' data!
It’s not just apps connected to insulin pumps and pacemakers that are appealing to hackers, but also the 10- to 15-connected devices associated with each bed in a hospital. Large hospital systems can have up to 5,000 beds. And in an industry estimated to be worth US$400 billion globally, it only takes one death directly linked to a hacked medical device to impact the bottom lines of hundreds of companies.
IoT-connected devices in medical facilities present IT departments with life-threatening issues and the risk of a breach is too great to ignore! Promon SHIELD™ prevent Malware and hackers from getting to your sensitive data and secures applications from a range of attack vectors, such as:
- Malware attempting a low-level takeover of a device
- Cloning scenarios for keys or unique identifiers
- Unauthorized access and Hijacking of application processes and functions
- OS Vulnerabilities
Runtime App Self-Protection (RASP)
Promon SHIELD™ is a security add-on providing self-protection abilities to services and app(lication)s. This is the category that GARTNER defines as Runtime Application Self-Protection (RASP) / Application Shielding.
With Promon SHIELD™ the app is self-protecting and protection is restricted to the application only. With Promon SHIELD™ the attack is blocked by the application itself and the application continues to operate securely.
- Secure data at rest
- Blocks both known and unknown threats
- Detect and defend against the evolving mobile threats
- Respond immediately to attacks to prevent breaches
You can easily turn your health and medical apps into a self-protecting app. Your apps can be quickly uploaded and secured in minutes by using our integration tool, or an SDK that is easily integrated in the app. Once secured, the app is immediately ready for distribution via public app stores.
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