Focus: Security

Ignoring access management challenges can be expensive

April 20, 2017

Healthcare facilities should not rely on manual security processes in siloed environments, according to an article on the Campus Safety website.

Healthcare security departments should take a centralized approach to identity management and security access that brings together their existing HR, IT, and physical security infrastructure, the article said.

Adopting a new approach can be daunting, but doing nothing can be expensive.

Manually verifying, approving and maintaining access systems can be time-consuming, inefficient and error-prone.

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