IT security has become a top priority in healthcare, and with good reason. Many successful attacks use phishing and other methods to trick users into providing their passwords, which can then be used to access critical systems and information. Adding multifactor authentication for remote network access and other workflows can minimize the risk and improve security, but there are unique challenges that must be considered when selecting a solution to ensure it does not disrupt workflow or impact productivity.
Watch this on-demand webinar to learn how Gaylon Stockman, CISO at Franciscan Missionaries of Our Lady Health System, Inc., has implemented multifactor authentication across his organization to improve security without impacting user productivity, including:
- Tips on how to choose the right authentication solution for your organization
- Best practices for implementation of a strong multifactor authentication platform to make security invisible for end users
- The importance of having a centralized multifactor authentication solution for all workflows, including remote access and e-prescribing of controlled substances (EPCS)