Lumension® Endpoint Management and Security Suite:
Device Control

Who is using Lumension® Device Control?

University Health Care System

University Health Care System Partners with Lumension to Keep Its Endpoints Healthy and Secure

As one of the largest healthcare providers in Georgia, University Health Care System (UHCS) has a deep commitment to the health of the community it serves, encouraging individuals to achieve healthy lifestyles. Through its long tradition of caring, UHCS has set the highest standards for quality among comprehensive healthcare networks. That's because UHCS provides a continuum of care — from promoting preventive care to treating illnesses all the way to offering after-care services. This dedication to high-quality healthcare has resulted in the improved health of the community and exceptional clinical outcomes.

Salvation Army

As the second largest provider of social care in the UK apart from the Government, The Salvation Army provides a vital service to homeless people, the elderly and other vulnerable groups. It is both a church and a charity, served by 7,000 employees, comprising 1,500 Salvation Army officers who are ordained ministers of religion, and civilian staff including care workers, drug counsellors and social workers.

Barts and the London NHS Trust

Barts and the London NHS Trust Partners with Lumension to Strike Gold with its Compliance and Data Protection Strategy

Comprised of three hospitals (The Royal London in Whitechapel, The London Chest hospital in Bethnal Green, and Barts and the London NHS Trust) have been at the centre of the development of medical and surgical history since the 1500s, with many famous surgeons, bacteriologists, anaesthetists and nursing staff emerging from their wards. Today, Barts and the London NHS Trust is a major teaching hospital and a centre of excellence for oncology, surgery, cardiac care, fertility treatment and paediatric care. It has been ranked among the top hospitals in the UK for clinical quality and safety.

Lancashire Care NHS Foundation Trust

Lancashire Care NHS Foundation Trust was formed in April 2002 to provide mental health and substance misuse services to adults of all ages across Lancashire. The Trust's vision is ‘to be the provider of choice for mental health and substance misuse services in Lancashire' and to this end it now employs over 3, 500 staff delivering services across many locations.

Over the last five years the Trust has invested to establish a modern and versatile information and communication technology infrastructure that will enable a flexible workforce and support the provision of better services in the years to come. More recently achieving foundation status has now become Lancashire Care NHS Foundation Trust.

Nevada Office of Veterans Services

The Nevada Office of Veterans Services deployed Lumension® Device Control to make sure that its systems and sensitive information were protected as their employees were becoming more technologically advanced

The Nevada Office of Veterans Services (NOVS) is a state government agency with seven locations, including headquarters in Reno, NV. NOVS provides assistance and services to veterans, their family members and residents of Nevada serving in the U.S. armed forces. The agency has six programs: Veterans' Benefit Representation, Veterans' Cemeteries, Veterans' Nursing Home, Veteran Guardianship Program, Veteran Legislative Issues and Veteran Information Clearinghouse. NOVS serves as a liaison between veterans and the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs.

NHS National Services Scotland

Combining Best Practices with Best Value Across NHS Scotland - NHS National Services Scotland Joins Forces with Lumension to Manage Critical Risk and Secure Vital Information

Following several high profile cases of the loss of person identifiable data by English Government departments, the Information Commissioner's office published the "Data Handling Procedures in UK Government" report in June 2008. This highlighted the need to restrict access to public sector data and encrypt data held on removable storage media such as CDs, USB keys and laptops. The report led to rigorous product specifications being developed for the procurement of information security products by public sector departments throughout the UK. In response to the report, the Scottish Government made £1million available to the Scottish Health Boards, including NHS National Services Scotland, to enable them to comply with the latest data handling requirements.