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Synergizing Security: Designing a Zero Trust Network Access Protocol in Patient Monitors

EasyChair Preprint no. 12200

7 pagesDate: February 20, 2024


This paper navigates the landscape of Zero Trust network security protocols, challenging conventional reliance on implicit trust within organizational networks. It specifically focuses on agent-based Zero Trust Network Access (ZTNA) solutions, redefining continuous monitoring, authentication, and compliance verification, particularly in healthcare devices like patient monitors. By delving into these agent-based solutions, this study scrutinizes their deployment across diverse domains. Through case studies and evaluations, it highlights the strengths, weaknesses, and amplified advantages of agent-based ZTNA adoption. These insights pave the way for future advancements, fortifying network security architectures to unparalleled resilience.

Keyphrases: Cybersecurity Paradigm, Healthcare devices, keywords, Network Security Protocol, Zero Trust Security

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  author = {Ahmed Al Taheri Al Taheri and Abdulkarim Rashed and Hamad Al Marzooqi and Hussam Al Hamadi},
  title = {Synergizing Security: Designing a Zero Trust Network Access Protocol in Patient Monitors},
  howpublished = {EasyChair Preprint no. 12200},

  year = {EasyChair, 2024}}
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