Challenges in medicine & health industry
  • Compliance requirements
    Chinese laws and regulations including cybersecurity law and classified compliance standards clearly require MFA for logging in network devices.
  • Risks in account log-in
    Vital information systems and application servers in health organizations face log-in risks and brute-force attacks, combined with insecure data.
  • Difficult tracing of access audit
    An increasing number of cooperation units and external suppliers without access auditing makes it hard to track security events.
  • Non-standard endpoint access
    Unauthorized endpoint access in some pharmaceutical companies may lead to risks of internal data breach.
Nington solutions for medicine & health industry
Customers' Approval
Nington as a localized IAM vendor has emerged with its products that have stood the test of market. Its MFA helps us quickly achieve classified protection compliance and improve the security of Intranet.
Nington’s integrated IAM solutions further secure password authentication to ensure office security. For access, Nington enables unified identity authentication and terminal access security for multiple branches, supporting management of multiple roles from guests to employees and user-identity-based access control and online real-name auditing, which significantly improves the security bottom line of the Intranet and helps achieve classified protection compliance quickly.
Compared with Okta, Nington can better help WeWork follow the trend of localization in China and make office work more convenient and efficient with its MFA, unified identity management and SSO.
We adopt Nington’s MFA solution to meet China’s compliance requirements, align with WeCom and ADFS. Nington’s efficient, convenient, safe and stable identity and security services also help reduce IT overheads and improve user experience.
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