It’s time for medtech design engineers to take a page from the enterprise security playbook.
A recent report from Frost & Sullivan anticipates strong market growth but also points to opportunity for more vulnerabilities.
Many device manufacturers don’t have the resources to adequately handle security risks.
The corrective action is intended to reduce the risk of patient harm as a result of cybersecurity vulnerabilities in the products.
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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.
Device manufacturers need to identify, monitor and address cybersecurity vulnerabilities as part of postmarket device management.
Fielding the constant threats to medical technologies can be a mammoth task.
Industry shifts focus to proactive measures in addressing vulnerabilities and promoting cybersecurity.