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Healthcare Mobile Security that Helps Protect Patient Data

Gartner gave Samsung Knox the most “strong” ratings for any platform for corporate managed mobile security.1 It offers end-to-end mobile data protection from the hardware to the application layer to help meet HIPAA compliance requirements. So you can utilize Knox to help mitigate the risk of confidential, legally protected patient information being exposed to hacking on devices.


Separate Hospital Apps from Personal Apps

With a Knox Workspace license,2 your IT team gets complete device control in addition to control over hospital data. Samsung Galaxy devices can be provisioned to best suit the mobile security needs of your healthcare organization by enabling segregation of hospital and personal data on the device, so users can avoid jeopardizing the hospital network when accessing personal apps. Your IT team can also set up devices to boot directly into the secure Knox Workspace container, with personal apps removed.


Streamline Device Deployment and Recycling for Hospital Staff

With Knox Custom Configurator, you can significantly reduce device deployment and recycling time. During deployment, devices pull down admin-controlled custom configurations that include the apps your hospital wants to pre-load. Then, a simple factory reset between patients’ use will restore the original configurations. As soon as the device connects to Wi-Fi the custom configurations will be automatically pulled down again for a seamless experience.

A Single Platform

Knox offers a single platform for your IT department to manage mobile devices and maintain security across a range of deployment models, from corporate-owned to BYOD environments. You can deliver flexible mobile device programs to meet your company’s business needs without sacrificing device level security.


Works Well with Others

Samsung Galaxy mobile devices with Samsung Knox work well with popular MDM, SSO and VPN solutions, integrating seamlessly with your existing IT infrastructure to ensure simple and secure mobile device management while easily plugging into your personal app collection.



The Importance of a Security Awareness Program

The high volume of cyberattacks on healthcare organizations in 2016, according to a recent report from SecurityScorecard, is a testament to how the proliferation of technology and devices in healthcare can make security awareness challenging. Since the proper handling of data by employees impacts your organization’s security posture, it’s critical to build an effective security awareness program. Learn how to get started.