The free resource recommends how hospitals can identify and safeguard medical device systems against an attack.
The event will seek input to develop a framework that tackles regulatory science gaps in cybersecurity.
The agency clarifies some misconceptions about requirements.
No medical device is 100% secure.
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Taking a risk-based approach can help companies safeguard medical devices against exploitation and ensure an effective and secure network.
The healthcare industry has a new set of threats on its hands.
If exploited, unauthorized access to these devices could have dangerous consequences.
It’s too early to tell how the new administration will affect the device industry, but user fees, the ACA and the FDA regulatory process are top of mind.
FDA prioritizes an A-list and B-list for the guidance documents it plans to publish in FY 2017.