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GE Healthcare’s Skeye is a cybersecurity solution for networked medical devices, backed by proactive monitoring—across networked medical device end points—regardless of manufacturer.
Today, the world of modern healthcare is universally connected. And those connections— particularly data connections—have helped improve the quality of our care. They keep us closer by putting critical information at our fingertips. But they also carry inherent risks. With more data connections, and more medical devices to maintain and manage, healthcare organizations often lack the time and expertise to protect equipment against critical cybersecurity risks.
To that end—it’s also where the future of security begins.
At GE Healthcare, we believe that cybersecurity for your networked medical devices is uniquely complex. That’s why we take a proactive approach to combat it—with protection on every level, in every direction. The Skeye solution aligns with the best practices and guidelines of the National Institute of Standards and Technology’s (NIST) Cybersecurity Framework, which is a prioritized, flexible, and cost-effective approach to help promote the protection and resilience of critical infrastructure1.
Protection from every direction
Clinical security assessment:
We assess the maturity of your medical device security program by helping to identify risks and vulnerabilities with your clinical systems. And then, we provide in-depth analysis and recommendations on procedures, all while prioritizing risks for an actionable remediation plan
Using the power of artificial intelligence, we can automate networked medical device inventory and learn unique device security risk profiles. This gives healthcare providers automated, real-time management for medical devices from the moment a device is onboarded to the time it’s decommissioned.
We help customers detect and analyze vulnerabilities, utilizing passive network analysis rather than traditional (more intrusive) IT methods, and translate remediation recommendations into actionable service requests.
Our cybersecurity team investigates vulnerabilities, helps you create and recommend policies, and provides recommendations that can help protect your assets across diverse groups of medical devices—so you don’t have to decommission them.
Our security operations center staff and on-site field engineers integrate process and technology across functions that gives you better visibility into what’s going on: from corrective maintenance work activities to remediation progress and time to completion.
Security event support:
We support your in-house security teams by helping provide information and observed behavior of malware, available analytics on that malware, observed threat indicators, and available remediation actions.
- Applies only to medical devices under GE Healthcare service contract