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Zero Trust recommendations for healthcare IoT

Though the adoption of IoT devices has revolutionized healthcare, it has also increased healthcare organizations’ exposure to cyberthreats.

So, how can these organizations secure their IoT devices? This white paper considers how Zero Trust can help.

Dig into the paper to learn about:

  • Four challenges of applying Zero Trust to connected medical devices
  • Recommendations for implementing a Zero Trust policy
  • And more

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