Beyondtrust

BeyondTrust Solutions for Healthcare

The BeyondTrust product portfolio helps the world’s healthcare organizations achieve compliance, while allowing them to offer the highest quality patient care in the most secure manner possible.

Securing the Business of Healthcare

Healthcare organizations face the unique challenge of guarding the privacy and integrity of protected health information (PHI), which has become increasingly lucrative data to cybercriminals. This data must be secured even more stringently than other types of information, to not only protect relationships with customers and patients, but also to meet the strict compliance regulations that every healthcare provider must adhere to.

Our platform provides results-driven reporting and analytics capabilities that bring risk into focus enterprise-wide. Through our intuitive dashboard interface, you simply indicate the type of information you need, such as HIIPAA, PCI or other compliance report, and define the business context of your assets. We then then deliver targeted, relevant and actionable data in a wide variety of report formats allowing you to meet you specific HIPAA or other compliance mandates. Additionally, you can easily create custom metrics to meet the evolving needs of your business.

BeyondTrust Solutions for Healthcare Include

 

BeyondInsight

Unifies PowerBroker privileged account management solutions with Retina CS Enterprise Vulnerability Management, allowing IT and security teams to collectively reduce risk across complex environments.

Retina CS Enterprise
Vulnerability Management

Delivers large-scale, cross-platform vulnerability assessment and remediation, with available configuration compliance, patch management and compliance reporting.

PowerBroker Servers for Linux & Unix

Quickly and easily manage root access on Linux and Unix servers, without ever disclosing the system password.

PowerBrokerfor Windows

The fastest, easiest and most cost-effective way to secure Windows desktops through the implementation of “least privilege”.