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Why Cybersecurity Needs to Be a Part of Medical Device SOP Training

Cybersecurity is currently one of health care’s largest concerns. The unlawful manipulation of medical devices locally, or more recently remotely, via malware and ransomware attacks, represents an immediate threat to the safety and security of those for whom we provide care. Biomedical Engineering must now consider the impact of the “Internet of Things” as a growing number of medical devices and systems are electronically integrated, including integration into the medical record.

Fortifying Hospital Network Security with Endpoint Detection & Response

Spurred by competition, razor-thin operating margins, and government regulation, healthcare organizations are under immense pressure to quickly and regularly implement new technologies. Unfortunately, this mad rush to adopt new technologies often leaves security planning on the back burner. When security is finally ...

Why General IoT Security Solutions Are Ill-Equipped to Handle Healthcare-Specific Threats

The rush to adopt IoT devices in consumer and business markets is well documented, but the scale of uptake comes at a cost: the increased risk of cyber attack. More connected devices and the absence of end-to-end cyber vigilance (from both manufacturers and users) means more opportunities for bad actors. As ...

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