KLAS Healthcare IoT Security 2022 Report Executive Summary

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As the number of devices connected to networks within healthcare organizations continues to grow, so does the potential for network security to be compromised. These security risks—which can come from medical devices or the myriad other devices connected to healthcare networks—can impact not only information security but patient safety as well. Many healthcare internet of things (IoT) security solutions give organizations visibility into connected devices, but the most effective solutions also help actively reduce the risk associated with those devices. To inform healthcare organizations of their IoT security options, this report highlights the performance and purchase decision energy of software vendors in this space. Moving beyond Device Visibility Executive Summary of KLAS Healthcare IoT Security 2022 Report As the number of internet-connected devices continues to grow exponentially, healthcare delivery organizations have become lucrative targets for attack. Ordr gives healthcare providers full confidence in the visibility and security of every connected device on the network. This is the THIRD consecutive year that Ordr is highlighted as a market leader with high market energy. Note that Ordr was recognized for client list transparency, meaning that adequate customer data was provided for customers interviews and insights. Ordr Is a Leader Again, Continues to See High-Market Energy At-A-Glance Ordr received high marks from customers in the KLAS report for: • Breadth of functionality beyond just visibility, including abnormal activity identification, traffic monitoring, and device utilization tracking; • High customer satisfaction rates; • High value across multiple stakeholders including Security, Clinical/Biomed and IT; • Helpful training and education offerings, including the Masterclass webinar series; • User interface enhancements and; • Strong technical background of the Ordr team in security, healthcare and networking. Ordr Recognized as a Market Leader by KLAS in the Healthcare IoT Security 2022 Report for the Third Consecutive Time Vendors at a Glance † Reects estimated number of customer organizations directly contracted with vendor; does not include international customers or organizations part of OEM/white-label agreements. Note: KLAS is aware of other IoT solutions with limited traction among healthcare providers, including Cisco, Culinda, MedSec, MedCrypt, and Plixer. Replaced Considered and/or selected Considered, not selected Medigate 3 2 6 9 9 5 2 4 7 4 7 1 1 1 Ordr Palo Alto Networks Respondent organization size Small (1–250 beds) Midsize (251–500 beds) Very large (1,001+) Large (501–1,000) Clinic/ other Healthcare specic Cross industry Most common reasons vendor was... Functionality Price/contracting/pre-sales Vendor stability/ strategy/leadership Integration Product maturity/road map Interface/ user experience 100% 0% Client list transparency Validated replacements? Medium Low High Midsize Small Very small Large Estimated US customer base for measured solution † Consideration rate Low Very low Yes No Medium High Very high *Limited data Sensato (software- enabled services) 4 2 1 1 3 4 3 Asimily Cynerio 2 2 2 2 3 1 2 1 Armis CyberMDX Insucient data Cylera Insucient data

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