Protecting your mixed network environment while ensuring compliance with HIPAA

AirEye Dome for Healthcare

Being responsible for network security at medical institutions and providers means that you need to oversee the security of a non-uniform organizational network - various sub-networks that consist of corporate devices (management, finance, legal, human resources, and other departments), devices belonging to sub-contractors, medical and IoT devices. Most likely you also have an open public wireless network for guests - thousands of random people each with their own devices, walking the facility on a daily basis. On top of that you need to ensure that your facility is compliant to the HIPAA mandate.

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Eliminate the need to manually walk throughout the campus checking the set policies for devices with dual-connectivity, such as computers and printers, that on one hand are connected to the organizational network and on the other, open to a wireless connection that anyone in the wireless vicinity of the facility can access.  

 

With AirEye Dome you immediately uncover all devices that are broadcasting open channels such as Wi-Fi Direct, identify connections to those devices, and prevent any future unauthorized wireless association to these dual-connected devices. 

Eliminate the need to manually walk throughout the campus checking the set policies for devices with dual-connectivity, such as computers and printers, that on one hand are connected to the organizational network and on the other, open to a wireless connection that anyone in the wireless vicinity of the facility can access.  

 

With AirEye Dome you immediately uncover all devices that are broadcasting open channels such as Wi-Fi Direct, identify connections to those devices, and prevent any future unauthorized wireless association to these dual-connected devices. 

Immediately receive full visibility into dual-connected devices

Eliminate the need to manually walk throughout the campus checking the set policies for devices with dual-connectivity, such as computers and printers, that on one hand are connected to the organizational network and on the other, open to a wireless connection that anyone in the wireless vicinity of the facility can access.  

 

With AirEye Dome you immediately uncover all devices that are broadcasting open channels such as Wi-Fi Direct, identify connections to those devices, and prevent any future unauthorized wireless association to these dual-connected devices. 

Remove ineffective and inefficient alert chasing of seemingly rogue Access Points (AP) caused by owning multiple APs from various vendors where each AP alerts on any association not passing through their own proprietary device.

 

With AirEye Dome you receive a full picture of your network airspace that is completely AP-agnostic. The platform protects corporate devices from connecting to rogue APs or Evil Twins and prevents further damaging attacks caused by unauthorized wireless associations such as Captive Portal attacks.

Receive an accurate picture of unauthorized wireless associations 

Eliminate the need to manually walk throughout the campus checking the set policies for devices with dual-connectivity, such as computers and printers, that on one hand are connected to the organizational network and on the other, open to a wireless connection that anyone in the wireless vicinity of the facility can access.  

 

With AirEye Dome you immediately uncover all devices that are broadcasting open channels such as Wi-Fi Direct, identify connections to those devices, and prevent any future unauthorized wireless association to these dual-connected devices. 

When “getting the job done” always gets priority over security, unintended Personal Identifiable Information (PII) leakage occurs. The user or operator of a tablet, medical cart and even an MRI device will try to send patient data in the quickest and easiest manner if experiencing corporate-network issues. 

 

With AirEye Dome you prevent any wireless connection to a non-authorized network, ensuring compliance with HIPAA. 

Ensure adherence to HIPAA