sponsored by SonicWALL
Posted:  15 Nov 2007
Published:  01 Jun 2007
Format:  PDF
Length:  2  Page(s)
Type:  Case Study
Language:  English
ABSTRACT:
In the medical field, it has long been a challenge to deploy security solutions that give medical professionals safe and secure access to the resources and information they need to do their jobs while protecting patient and hospital information. Read this case study and see how by implementing an effective Unified Threat Management (UTM) strategy, Potomac Hospital was able to:

  • Ensure their network was protected at the gateway from inbound and outbound threats
  • Allow doctors to securely work from home or remote offices
  • Secure patient information to meet regulatory requirements and comply with issues such as privacy, documentation and audit trails





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