Cisco ISE

Cisco ISE augments its native device discovery capabilities via its integration with Medigate. Medigate delivers ISE fully attributed device profiles, including IoMT assets, as well as auto-generated device- and group-specific security policy baselines (e.g., in form of dACLs). This intelligence is pushed to Cisco ISE to help ISE administrators quickly deploy and/or adapt security policies to fully detailed segments.

Wired and Wireless Infrastructure

Medigate integrates with Cisco’s network infrastructure to perform Medigate’s primary function: providing deep visibility into connected devices and their activity in a passive and non-invasive manner. Via integrations with Cisco’s suite of network management tools and network infrastructure, the same infrastructure can be utilized to improve device visibility, security and to improve asset management processes.

Cisco Firepower

In addition to Cisco Firepower’s use of Medigate’s asset identification and profiling capabilities, Medigate auto-generates clinically vetted rule-sets that are enforced on the firewall. The baseline provided by Medigate helps Firepower administrators refine, enforce, and adapt the security measures applied to connected medical devices.

Cisco Prime

As both a wired and wireless IT management solution, Cisco Prime’s integration with Medigate combines Prime-derived location information with Medigate discovered attributes (e.g., device status, serial numbers, etc.) to ensure actionable context-based enhancements to a variety of benefitting asset management and security workflows. Adding location information via Prime to Medigate’s data-rich device profiles dramatically reduces outdated searching, manual data entry and numerous correlation routines.

Cisco DNA Center

Cisco DNA Center accesses the internet to download software updates, security patches, licenses, etc. Medigate’s integration provides essential device profiling, status, and security posture details to improve action matching and sequencing. The integration also assures the underlying data are synchronized across HIT and HTM systems.