Healthcare IoT Cybersecurity and Intelligence Company Provides Solution to Quantify Patient Safety and Prioritize Remediation Efforts
Cylera, the leading healthcare IoT (HIoT) cybersecurity and intelligence company, announced today a strategic partnership with The AbedGraham Group, a physician led global technology group, to integrate their innovative medical IoT security solutions and extend the combined offering across U.S. and global healthcare.
“Our focus is on placing patient safety at the heart of cybersecurity and Cylera’s capabilities mean our clinical security analytics platform, [CCOM²], can be powered by immensely rich device and vulnerability data,” said Dr. Saif F. Abed, Partner & Director of Cybersecurity Advisory Services, The AbedGraham Group. “We are determined to support healthcare organizations of all sizes to reduce patient harm through real-time clinical analytics and this partnership will be key to detecting and defending against threats that create those types of risks.”
The integration of The AbedGraham Group’s first of its kind clinical security analytics platform, [CCOM²], with Cylera’s HIoT platform means that both organizations’ customers can now access each solution seamlessly. Leveraging highly granular contextual asset and vulnerability data from Cylera, The AbedGraham Group can profile and rank devices and vulnerabilities based on quantifying risks they present to individual patient safety and clinical workflows across a healthcare organization.
“The AbedGraham Group offers Cylera the perfect opportunity to combine two innovative approaches to securing healthcare IoT devices, with the common goal of keeping patients safe,” said Timur Ozekcin, Co-Founder & CEO of Cylera.
Cylera’s HIoT cybersecurity and analytics platform, MedCommand™, is purpose-built to solve the complex technological and operational challenges in securing, managing, and optimizing the entire HIoT environment, which includes medical devices, IoT, and operational technology. Allowing healthcare organizations to focus on delivering the best care to patients while ensuring their fleets of critical devices are secure and available for use.