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IDS and IPS Buyers Guide Cisco
By Ephraim Schwartz 07:04 am July 11, 2016
A threat that could compromise a device automatically signals Cisco’s Identity Services Engine and Cisco TrustSec to quarantine and prevent the attack.
IDS and IPS Buyers Guide Symantec
By Ephraim Schwartz 07:03 am July 11, 2016
Symantec Data Center Security uses a combination of host-based intrusion detection (HIDS), intrusion prevention (HIPS) and least privilege access control.
IDS and IPS Buyers Guide Fortinet
By Ephraim Schwartz 07:02 am July 11, 2016
Fortinet uses an integrated approach to scan both perimeter and internal traffic to protect not only the data center but medical devices as well.
IDS and IPS Buyers Guide IBM Security
By Ephraim Schwartz 07:01 am July 11, 2016
IBM's Protocol Analysis Module (PAM) uses heuristics and behavior-based analysis to identify and stop threats.
IDS IPS Buyers Guide: Juniper Networks
By Ephraim Schwartz 07:00 am July 11, 2016
Juniper maximizes computing power in the cloud as files traverse various security devices by forking the file and sending a copy to its cloud-based service.
IDS and IPS Buyers Guide Damballa Failsafe
By Ephraim Schwartz 07:00 am July 11, 2016
The Threat Discovery Center used by Damballa to assess traffic using its behavioral analysis software.
By Healthcare IT News 02:07 pm July 10, 2016
Throughout the 2016 Best Hospital IT Departments survey process, Healthcare IT News and its data collection/research partner, HIMSS Analytics, will remain committed to the privacy and anonymity of all respondents.
By Healthcare IT News 02:04 pm July 10, 2016
Why should I participate? By submitting your nomination, you'll enjoy the distinction of being considered for ranking as one of the top hospital IT departments nationwide. This is an exciting opportunity to set your department apart from others in your field and boost your recruitment efforts!
By Jessica Davis 03:50 pm July 08, 2016
The Department of Health and Human Services has named Beth Killoran its new chief information officer, HHS Acting Deputy Secretary Mary K. Wakefield announced July 8.
ONC blockchain
By Mike Miliard 11:31 am July 08, 2016
The Office of the National Coordinator for Health IT is looking for ways that blockchain could be put to work in healthcare scenarios.

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