Healthcare’s Path to Zero Trust Security

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When it comes to hacking, hospitals, physician practices, and payers have always carried a big target on their backs. But, the growth of digital healthcare has raised a new cybersecurity paradox: Why, despite the introduction of ever more exploit-specific solutions on the market, does the number of security breaks at healthcare organizations continue to increase? Read this paper to learn why the Zero Trust approach is one of the best approaches to security, and what key elements underpin successful Zero Trust frameworks.