Today’s patient care depends on the interconnectivity of hundreds of medical devices. As the number of interconnected devices and networks increase, so too do cybersecurity threats. A single breach can profoundly impact productivity, finances, quality of care and reputation.

When it comes to cybersecurity, healthcare is different. Medical devices require a new approach. For example, you can’t shut down an MRI machine like you would a laptop to accommodate a security scan because a patient exam could be disrupted.

Skeye™ is a holistic cybersecurity solution for your networked medical devices. It leverages our medical device expertise, advanced technologies and artificial intelligence to help maintain your network’s integrity in the face of cybersecurity risk.

Our strategic, systematic processes are designed to support every aspect of your cybersecurity efforts. Skeye can help you assess your current vulnerabilities and understand potential risks. If we find a security vulnerability, we can help you fix it. What really sets Skeye apart are our cybersecurity professionals and medical device engineering experts both on the ground and in the remote Security Operations Center proactively monitoring for existing and new threats.

In addition, Skeye aligns with the best practices and guidelines of the National Institute of Standards and Technology’s (NIST) Cybersecurity Framework, which is a prioritized, flexible and cost-effective approach that promotes the protection and resilience of critical infrastructure1.

Skeye helps maintain your organization’s reputation and profitability, allowing you to focus on delivering exceptional patient care.

Bringing threats to light

Data breaches can profoundly impact an organization’s productivity, finances, quality of care, and reputation. Just let the numbers speak for themselves:

When it comes to cybersecurity, healthcare is different

Unlike other industries, healthcare relies on both information technology (IT) and operational technologies (OT) that can pose security weaknesses:

Protection from every direction

  • Clinical security assessment

    Clinical security assessment is designed to evaluate the maturity of existing device security programs, as well as help identify system risks and vulnerabilities, and provide analysis and recommendations on policies and procedures.
  • Device discovery

    Device discovery provides real-time visibility and helps prevent cybersecurity blind spots by automating device inventory and real-time security management using AI, and helps identify devices on the network and their corresponding security profiles.
  • Remediation execution*

    Our security operations center staff and on-site field engineers deliver process and technology integration across functions that gives you better visibility into what’s going on: from corrective maintenance work activities to remediation progress and time to completion.
    *Applies only to medical devices under GE Healthcare service contract
  • Remediation recommendations

    Our remediation recommendations not only investigate vulnerabilities, they also provide recommendations for compensating controls to help protect assets without having to decommission them, and creates and recommends policies for diverse groups of medical devices based on identities and use.
  • Security event support

    Offering support for security events and incidents, our SOC staff and field engineers provide business continuity support for your information technology and information security teams by providing information on malware analytics, observed behavior and/or threat indicators, and remediation actions.
  • Security operations center

    At GE Healthcare, our security operations center (SOC) is made up of teams of cybersecurity and medical device experts that help detect, analyze, and respond to cybersecurity threats and events in real-time. We help to provide automated, end-to-end security protection, and incorporate AI tools for greater insights and rapid response times.
  • Vulnerability management

    Our sophisticated vulnerability management helps detect and analyze vulnerabilities and supports passive network analysis rather than traditional (more intrusive) IT methods, and translate remediation recommendations into actionable service requests.*
    *Applies only to medical devices under GE Healthcare service contract