Leader in Healthcare IoT
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Leader in Healthcare IoT
|Company size (employees)||50 to 99|
|Headquarters Region||North America|
|Type of solution||Hybrid|
The average hospital room has 10-15 connected medical devices. HVAC and temperature control systems ensure that electricity, water, and air quality meet the needs of our patients and caregivers. Smart TVs, security cameras, parking systems, and badge readers, further bring comfort and safety to patients during their stay. As the number of devices explodes, Ordr ensures that healthcare organizations have visibility into all connected devices, identify the risks they bring, monitor the usage and secure them.
Within a few hours of deployment in an enterprise — via network tap or SPAN — the Ordr Platform discovers high-fidelity information about every connected device including make, location, serial number, and application/port usage. Enterprises can evaluate vulnerabilities, discover FDA recalled products on the network, identify weak passwords and weak certificates on every device.
Next Ordr uses advanced machine learning to map device communications patterns and behaviors at a granular level. These communications patterns allow security and networking teams to visualize device flows within their networking architecture, baseline normal behavior, and identify anomalous or suspicious behaviors. Ordr provides complete visualization of device communications and show what internal or external entities device profiles are communicating with. Ordr also provides device utilization analysis.
Finally, Ordr does not simply showcase the problem — it provides actionable responses to secure an organization. Ordr allows organizations to baseline device communications and then automatically creates Zero Trust segmentation policies to only allow sanctioned communications for every device profile. This is a critical approach to manage the hundreds of thousands of unmanaged and IoT device that can exist in organizations today. Ordr’s deep 3rd party integrations provides the ability to enforce these policies on any security or networking infrastructure in the organization, including NAC, switches, next-gen firewalls and wireless LAN controllers.
How we are different
- Asset discovery of ALL devices - Ordr delivers the “whole hospital” philosophy of securing all connected devices in an organization. This includes all unmanaged, IoT and OT devices that impact patient care. For example, the security of a medical device like an MRI machine is important. Equally important is the security of an HVAC system that is maintaining air quality in surgery rooms, and therefore it is important to protect it from becoming an attack point in the network. Therefore, while these connected devices may all reside under different operational structures within an organization, Ordr discovers all of them on its platform, delivering granular visibility into devices including make model, serial number, and application/port usage
- One of the unique capabilities of the Ordr solution is its ability to delivery usage analysis of connected devices in healthcare organizations such as MRI systems, CT scanners, and X-ray machines. Usage insights improve capital purchase decisions, help clinical engineering teams determine the longevity of certain devices, and enable comparison of fleet equipment operations across facilities. Device usage insights can be used to schedule upgrades and patches on light usage days/hours to minimize operational disruption. These capabilities were important during COVID-19 to properly plan for surge of patients.
-Ordr eliminates the “noise” of a typical threat protection system and ensures that a proactive and positive security model is possible. By learning the unique communication patterns of each device and class of device, Ordr can proactively create firewall, NAC, or other policies that ensure devices have the access they need while limiting unnecessary exposure. When threats or other incidents are detected, Ordr can likewise dynamically create segmentation policies to quarantine devices, enforcing them on existing security and networking infrastructure. Ordr also integrates with existing security and asset management workflows such as SIEM, CMDB and CMMS.