Medigate Wins Internet of Things Award
Medigate Wins Gold in Internet of Things Category in the 14th Annual 2019 IT World Awards
NEW YORK, August 2, 2019 — Medigate today announced that Network Products Guide, the IT industry’s leading technology research and advisory guide, has named Medigate a Gold winner in the 14th Annual 2019 IT World Awards® in the Best Product, Service, Upgrade or Innovations category for Internet of Things (IoT). Medigate was honored for its unique medical device security and asset management platform, which addresses both clinical IoT and general IoT devices. Medigate enables accurate and comprehensive device discovery, contextual and behavioral anomaly detection, and clinical policy enforcement for healthcare organizations’ entire clinical networks. The industry and peer recognitions from Network Products Guide are the world’s premier information technology awards honoring achievements and recognitions in every facet of the IT industry.
“Medigate has deep expertise in both cybersecurity and healthcare, and we’ve capitalized on this to take a distinctive approach to identifying and securing medical and IoT devices,” said Jonathan Langer, CEO of Medigate. “This award further validates our approach to helping healthcare organizations protect everything on their network and overcome the security threats that the industry is facing today.”
Cyberattacks are on the rise, especially in healthcare. Hospitals and health systems must prioritize their network security – but securing IoT devices is not the same as securing medical devices. Medigate is advancing healthcare cybersecurity by adding medical device and clinical workflow expertise to traditional IoT security. By fusing the knowledge and understanding of medical workflows, protocols and device identities with the reality of today’s pandemic cybersecurity threats, Medigate enables providers to ensure the delivery of critical treatment and the protection of patient data.
Instead of a one-size-fits-all-approach, Medigate focuses on healthcare and created the industry’s first device-specific security solution. Medigate’s unique approach includes using deep packet inspection and sophisticated parsing techniques to granularly identify devices, delivering custom, predefined and adaptive security policies based on the hospital’s device inventory. Leveraging their medical device research team to create communications policies and analyze data, Medigate integrates in meaningful ways – beyond simple data exchange via APIs – with healthcare security and life cycle management platforms.
An annual achievements and recognition awards program with active participation from a broad spectrum of industry voices, the annual IT World Awards recognition program encompasses the world’s best in every area of information technology. Winners will be honored in San Francisco on Monday, October 28, 2019 during the annual SVUS Red Carpet Awards Ceremony Dinner in San Francisco.
About NPG’s IT World Awards:
As industry’s leading technology research and advisory publication, Network Products Guide plays a vital role in keeping decision makers and end-users informed of the choices they can make in all areas of information technology. The Annual IT World Awards is part of the SVUS Awards® recognition program from Silicon Valley in the United States of America which also includes other programs such as CEO World Awards, Consumer World Awards, Customer Sales and Service World Awards, Golden Bridge Awards, Globee Awards, Info Security PG’s Global Excellence Awards, Pillar World Awards, PR World Awards, and Women World Awards. To view the complete list of winners, visit https://ceoworldawards.com/winners/2019-winners/.
Medigate is the industry’s first and leading dedicated medical device security and asset management platform, enabling providers to deliver secure, connected care. Medigate fuses the knowledge and understanding of medical workflow and device identity and protocols with the reality of today’s cybersecurity threats. With Medigate, hospital networks can safely operate all medical devices on their network, enabling deployment of existing and new devices to patients while ensuring privacy and safety.