Security Alarm & Control System Solutions for Healthcare Facilities

Protecting patients, employees, assets & information in your healthcare environment.

Security solutions for every part of your medical facility

From securing contained areas such as maternity wards, intensive care units and emergency wings to asset tagging and tracking, connecting and protecting patients and staff, controlling supplies, medications and securing other high-value items are all major priorities for medical facilities. And while keeping facilities secure is paramount, healthcare organizations face additional data security regulations and increasingly need to also protect against external cyber threats.


Belden’s extensive cabling and connectivity portfolios support a wide range of clinical and non-clinical systems to communicate including nurse call systems, security and access control and more.


  • Belden-certified contractors & installers trained & knowledgeable in the requirements of low-voltage healthcare security, access & control systems
  • Belden quality assurance 10-year warranty 

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From the Blog

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Improving upon your IP network security is vitally important, especially considering that many of today's industrial networks use Ethernet alongside legacy protocols that were designed long before security was a main goal, such as with TCP/IP...

Tobias Heer | 11.01.2017

IT-OT Convergence: Who Owns OT Security?

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Who’s responsible for industrial cyber security in your organization? Whether it’s Information Technology (IT) or a cross-functional ICS operations and process control group – often labeled Operations Technology (OT) – they likely have incompatible...

Katherine Brocklehurst | 05.03.2017

Securing an Industrial Network vs. IT Networks

Industrial Cybersecurity

Previously we looked at the question of 'Why are PLCs so insecure?' Today we are going to come at SCADA security from another angle, which is 'Why is securing Industrial Networks different than securing IT Networks?' We will also look at three ways...

Belden | 11.05.2012