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We aim to help improve the security posture of your organization, allowing you to focus on what matters most in healthcare - patient care and safety. Our cybersecurity experts act as an extension of your team assisting to meet compliance and regulatory requirements with a customized security strategy, tailored to meet your organization’s unique needs and budgets.
Cerner Security Achievements
Maintaining a secure posture: How strong cybersecurity practices help keep organizations healthy
Q&A: Addressing health care cybersecurity concerns
Combatting ransomware attacks on health care providers
Cerner and Fortified Health Security join forces to protect health systems from cyber risks
How real-time health systems maximize operational efficiency and shape the next generation of care.
Fighting cybersecurity attacks with endpoint detection and response
Protect your medical devices from cyber threats
Strengthening Health Care Cybersecurity with the National Institute of Standards and Technology Framework
Tracks end user access to confidential patient data as it happens. Able to be integrated with non-Millennium clinical and PHI systems. The solution is EHR agnostic. All capabilities of P2Sentinel are available with SaaS.
724Access Ambulatory Viewer
724Access Ambulatory Viewer minimizes workflow disruptions for clinicians by making PowerChart data available during outages. This solution is part of the 724Access suite offered at Cerner.
724Access Downtime Viewer
724Access Downtime Viewer provides access to clinical data that is, on average, less than two minutes behind production for both planned and unplanned outages.
724Access Read Only
724Access Read Only provides 7x24 historical access to clinical data currently available in the Cerner Millennium production database when Cerner Millennium ssystem is unavailable yet the network and supporting infrastructure is available and functioning.
Managed security service provider
Managed services can assist in healthcare organizations to tackle challenges of protecting data, clinical outcomes and financial resources from cybersecurity threats. These services help build customizable security programs specific to meet the needs of healthcare organizations of any size.
Endpoint detection and response
Healthcare organizations are utilizing more than the traditional computers to provide care. Technologies such as laptops, mobile and medical devices are being utilized to protect critical health information. Endpoint protection and response allows healthcare organizations an end-to-end view of malicious activity with detailed information collected on a 24x7 basis.
Medical device security
Medical device security provides visibility in discovering all connected medical devices that are in a healthcare organizations network. This solution helps to streamline medical device inventory management, visibility and detection into connected medical devices.
Security operations center
A 24x7 security operations center provides the people, process and technology needed to mointor, detect and analyze threats on your network, enabling remediation
With Cerner Instant Access, authentication workflows are streamlined by providing location-based context and single sign-on technologies. This solutions helps to reduce the time it takes to navigate various applications within the clinician's workflow by launching applications in context, such as the patient list, where the user previously left off by seamlessly integrating role and location.
With PatientSecure, your healthcare organization can positively identify patients through a variety of biometric options that create a 1:1 link between patients and their correct medical record. This biometric solution works by capturing a patient's unique biometric scan - either their palm vein or iris pattern. The scan produces a digital representation of the biometric pattern which is encrypted for protection, then tied to the unique medical record of the patient.
With Cerner Workflow Authentication it provides your healthcare organization compatibility with one-time password tokens to satisfy the "something the user has" credential for authentication. The first authenication of two-factor authentication is the user's password: satisfying "someting the user knows".