CheckPoint improves cybersecurity capabilities of Kokilaben Dhirubhai Ambani Hospital

Checkpoint Software is a global leader in cybersecurity solutions. The company has announced its collaboration with the healthcare provider, Kokilaben Dhirubhai Ambani Hospital and Medical Research Institute to improve cybersecurity across the hospital’s IT infrastructure. Their IT infrastructure consists of 300 virtual servers, 75 physical servers, virtual databases and 2,500 endpoints.In 2022, as per CheckPoint Research (CPR), the healthcare industry in India saw the maximum number of cyberattacks among all sectors, with an organization being attacked 1,866 times per week on average. This made the sector one of the most vulnerable verticals in the country. As a major healthcare provider entrusted with enormous amounts of sensitive patient information, tokilaben adheres to stringent data protection standards, including India’s National Accreditation Board for Hospitals (NABH) and the international Joint Commission (JC).

How CheckPoint will help the hospital

Check Point’s Harmony and Quantum solutions will play a key role in providing comprehensive protection against sophisticated cyber threats for Kokilaben. This hospital is established as one of India’s most advanced and highly specialized care facilities.
Kokilaben Dhirubhai Ambani Hospital’s approach involves replacing its manual data aggregation process, previously from multiple firewalls, email and endpoints with an AI-powered, centralized system to streamline workflows and optimize resources efficiently. This was addressed by Check Point’s Maestro Hyperscale Network Security, fueled by AI and big-data threat intelligence that has revolutionized threat identification, patch application and remediation. This includes providing the hospital with visibility into open ports, empowering them to remediate vulnerabilities independently. Additionally, Maestro scales the Check Point Quantum Security Gateways on demand, maximizing appliance capacity to meet the hospital’s dynamic workload requirements. The hospital has also been deployed Check Point Harmony Endpoint, enhancing endpoint security without compromising performance, thus increasing productivity and reducing user friction. In the next phase, the hospital aims to implement Check Point Email and Collaboration to fortify email security.
This consolidated approach empowers the hospital’s security team to maximize their security posture, as all data is now accessible through a unified dashboard, optimizing operational efficiency and productivity. As a result, the hospital can scale security operations cost-effectively, keeping pace with its growing digital infrastructure.

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