KLAS Research recognized Ordr as a top performer in a recent report detailing vendor performance in the healthcare IoT security space.
Connected device security company Ordr announced that KLAS Research has recognized the company as a top performer in its recent report entitled “Healthcare IoT Security 2023: An Update on Vendor Performance and Deep Adopter Utilization.”
It is the fourth year that Ordr has been recognized as a top performer in this report by KLAS Research.
The report provides insights into the competitive healthcare IoT security market by looking at vendor performance amid recent mergers and acquisitions and early insights into how vendors meet the needs of deep adopters.
Ordr received top rankings from customers in the KLAS report, with customer feedback praising the following:
- Continually improving the user interface to simplify access to key device insights.
- Strong integration with devices and security systems and new integration capabilities that are continually added to the road map.
- “Persona” feature that enables collaboration with multiple teams and stakeholders, including security and clinical engineering/HTM, for a “whole hospital” security.
- Automated segmentation capabilities to mitigate risks, stop lateral movement, and keep devices with outdated operating systems in operation.
“All the effort and expertise we put into building a platform with the intelligence and automation necessary to achieve ‘whole hospital’ security is equally focused on meeting our customers’ high expectations,” said Jim Hyman, chief executive officer at Ordr. “As shared in the KLAS report, it is rewarding to see that customers are delighted with our ability to bring HTM and cybersecurity teams together to sustain more efficient HTM operations, address Zero Trust initiatives, and protect against advanced threats.”
Ordr empowers HTM and security teams with the insight, context, and tools to protect all IoT, IoMT, operational technology (OT), and traditional IT systems. Ordr helps medical facilities protect against ransomware and zero-day attacks by baselining device behavior and identifying devices that behave anomalously.
Incident response efforts are accelerated by immediately identifying compromised devices and dynamically creating and applying security policies. In addition, the platform supports Zero Trust segmentation efforts by enabling only required device.