March 17, 2021
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Sensato Partners with Lyniate to Address the Inseparable Relationship Between Interoperability and Cybersecurity

Sensato partners with Lyniate to enhance collaboration between interoperability and cybersecurity, making healthcare organizations more efficient and secure.

At Sensato, we are always looking for ways that we can bring additional value to our customers. It is our mission to be partners with our customers and not be seen as just a software vendor. One way to do this is to partner with other innovative companies that complement our offering, for the benefit of hospitals and patients.

Today, we are proud to officially announce our strategic partnership with Lyniate. Lyniate is the hands-down leader in healthcare interoperability innovation. Their mission is to create an interoperable ecosystem by encouraging and facilitating collaboration among healthcare technology providers. 

Interoperability and Cybersecurity

Cybersecurity does not exist in a silo. It touches every part of your organization. Interoperability plays a huge role in how well you can defend your organization from cyber attacks. We will work together with Lyniate to evolve our cybersecurity platform to meet the needs of cohesive and secure clinical, financial, and operational workflows.

A big part of innovating is providing educational programs for healthcare organizations so you can keep growing and advancing your own knowledge as your interoperability and cybersecurity needs change. We are excited to bring you these educational opportunities with our partner, Lyniate in the future.

At Sensato we are continually striving to achieve a higher levelof innovation and anticipate the needs of those who place their faith in our offerings. We believe our partnership with Lyniate represents our continued commitment to anticipate the needs of the healthcare sector. 

Innovation for the future

Working together in Lyniate’s Co-Creation Lab, a design environment that facilitates the advancement of cutting-edge health IT, allows us to collaborate and share and receive resources and knowledge that extend well beyond the status quo.

We would welcome the opportunity to tell you more about our healthcare-specific cybersecurity solutions for medical devices, managed detection & response, risk assessments, intrusion detection, and much more. We would like to be your partner and evolve healthcare cybersecurity together.

Feel free to reach out to me on LinkedIn or send me an email at if you want to discuss your cybersecurity challenges.

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