Password Policy for Hospitals
and Healthcare Providers


Automated Password Monitoring for Hospitals and Healthcare Providers in Active Directory


Enable real-time employee password policy for hospitals and healthcare providers with daily password auditing and automated remediation.  With compromised password detection, custom password dictionary, blocking of username derivatives, fuzzy matching with common character substitutions, and continuous ongoing monitoring; healthcare organizations can eliminate vulnerable passwords in Active Directory without a lot of friction for clinicians and staff.

Many hospitals and health services are monitoring for weak, commonly-used, expected, and compromised passwords in Active Directory. They check the password at the time it is created or reset to make sure it is safe.  Then they continue to monitor the password daily against a real-time compromised password database to ensure it doesn’t become unsafe while it is in use. They require an easy way to keep accounts safe without adding a lot of complexity to user authentication.

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ENZOIC FOR ACTIVE DIRECTORY PROVIDES:

  • Daily Screening: Continuous exposed password filtering
  • New Exposures: Detects if a safe password becomes exposed
  • Automated: No extra manual work
  • Insight: Dashboard and SIEM logging
  • Quick: Checks in milliseconds
  • Quiet: Only impact employees with bad passwords
  • Easy to install: Takes a short amount of time to install
  • Compliant: Aids with NIST 800-63b, NIST 800-171, HIPPA, and HITRUST
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WHY HOSPITALS AND HEALTHCARE PROVIDERS TRUST ENZOIC FOR ACTIVE DIRECTORY

Continuous Password Protection

Safe passwords can become unsafe because of round-the-clock data breaches and leaks. Continuous password protection is an automated daily password check that alerts of weak or exposed passwords daily.

Compromised Password Monitoring

With passwords being leaked or exposed every day, it is imperative that healthcare organizations screen for not only weak passwords, but compromised passwords that have been exposed online or on the dark web.

Commonly-Used Password Filtering

Good password hygiene starts with preventing commonly-used passwords and dictionary words. Common passwords, like Password1234, should not be allowed to be used by employees.


Similar Password Blocking

Employees often use a form of a root password that gets changed by just a few characters. Fuzzy password matching checks the new password against the old password and blocks it if it is too similar.


Context-Specific Password Screening

Many people will use their hospital or employer name in their work password to make it easier to remember. These types of context-specific passwords should be blocked with the use of a custom password dictionary.

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