DUBLIN, August 17, 2021– (BUSINESS WIRE) – The report “Healthcare Security Systems Market Size, Market Share, Application Analysis, Regional Outlook, Growth Trends, Key Players, Competitive Strategies and Forecast, 2021 to 2029” has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com offer.
The global healthcare security market is expected to grow at a CAGR of 10%.
Emerging health technologies and innovation are the driving force behind the country’s growth and are therefore a top priority. Health security systems play an essential role in development. The nature of their business poses unique security concerns that can make them vulnerable to theft and internal misuse.
From sensitive medical records and high-value clinical equipment to pharmaceutical and medical inventories, healthcare safety has become a top priority and is improving in conditions when it comes to solving theft, crime issues. organized, fire and life safety, etc.
There is a need to provide security facilities for patients, staff and healthcare workers, ensuring the security of sensitive information provided by patients. In recent years, there has been an increase in cybercrime and activities violating access to health systems. In research and innovation, an access breach can lead to data theft and the leakage of vital information.
The high cost of systems and the slightest concern about data security drove cybercrimes into action. The healthcare industry in the United States spends an estimated $ 3.5 trillion on security systems, according to the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services, and that figure is expected to increase over the next decade.
Significant increase in insider fraud
More than half of healthcare insider fraud incidents involve the theft of customer data, according to the Carnegie Mellon University Software Engineering Institute (CMUSEI). The National Insider Threat Center (NITC) incident corpus has identified approximately 88 insider malicious incidents that have been documented in more than 91 health centers that have been directly affected by attacks from 1996 to present. These incidents do not include unintentional insider threats that may have accidentally left a laptop at a bus stop or sent an email containing PHIs to a party they were not intended for.
The healthcare network is the source of major insider fraud. Almost 80% of frauds or threats are caused by insider employees, the rest 20% are caused by other factors. To avoid the increase in insider fraud, many software makers have built a technology-driven system. Ransomware attacks against healthcare facilities quadrupled between 2017 and 2020 and are expected to increase fivefold by the end of 2021, according to a report from Cyber Security Ventures. It is necessary for health systems to prevent cyberattack or breach of access to information.
Exponential increase in cyber attacks during COVID-19
Hacking patient medical devices is a common cyber attack during the COVID-19 pandemic as more patients use remote care. Temporary and makeshift medical facilities used to treat people infected with the novel coronavirus have created more vulnerabilities for hackers to exploit.
COVID-19 phishing exploded earlier this year, according to research from KnowBe4, a leading provider of security awareness training. Attacks on network servers are on the rise, from 23% of all attacks from January to October 2019 to 35% in the same period through 2020. Already overworked healthcare IT and cybersecurity teams have been overwhelmed. responsible for monitoring these new threats.
Main topics covered:
Chapter 1 Preface
1.1 Description of the report
1.2 Market segmentation
1.3 Research methodology
Chapter 2 Executive Summary
2.1 Market Overview: Global HSS Market
Chapter 3 Market Dynamics
3.1.1 Global SHS Market Value, 2019-2029, (USD Million)
3.2 Analysis of key trends
3.2.1 Significant increase in insider fraud
3.2.2 Common Cyber Attack in Covid-19
3.2.3 North America Dominates the Market
3.3 Market dynamics
3.3.1 Market drivers
22.214.171.124 Evolution of insulation cables Trend and increase in discretionary income
126.96.36.199 Superior benefits of using RSS
188.8.131.52 Growing use of personalized material as a promotional tool
3.3.2 Market challenges
184.108.40.206 Limitations of the technique compared to other methods
3.3.3 Impact analysis of drivers and constraints
3.4 Toggle analysis
3.5 Attractive investment proposition
3.6 Competitive landscape
3.6.1 Market positioning of the main providers of SSS
3.6.2 Strategies adopted by RSS providers
Chapter 4 Healthcare Security Systems (HSS) Market, By Product Type
4.2. Electronic Access Control Systems, Healthcare Security Systems Market Value, 2019-2029 (USD Million)
4.3. Intercom and Emergency Communication, Healthcare Security Systems Market, 2019-2029, (Million US $)
4.4. Perimeter Protection, Healthcare Security Systems Market, 2019-2029, (Million US $)
4.5. Child Safety, Healthcare Safety Systems Market, 2019-2029, (USD Million)
4.6. Biometrics, Healthcare Security Systems Market, 2019-2029, (USD Million)
4.7. Video Surveillance, Healthcare Security Systems Market, 2019-2029, (USD Million)
Chapter 5 Healthcare Security Systems (HSS) Market, By Technology
5.2. On-Premises Healthcare Security Systems Market Value, 2019 – 2029 (USD Million)
5.3. Cloud Based Healthcare Security Systems Market, 2019-2029, (USD Million)
Chapter 6 North America Healthcare Security Systems Market Analysis
Chapter 7 Europe Healthcare Security System Market Analysis
Chapter 8 Asia-Pacific Healthcare Security Systems Market Analysis
Chapter 9 Rest of the World Healthcare Security Systems (HSS) Market Market Analysis
Chapter 10 Company Profiles
Company overview (company details, geographic presence, product portfolio, recent developments)
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