Manufacturing medical devices is one thing. Keeping them secure from the production line to the patient is another. Medical IoT devices are a ripe target for cyber threats. With brand reputations, hospital operations, and patient safety all at stake, the time to address cybersecurity is now.
How to Build Trusted & Secure Medical Devices
No device is hack-proof, but adopting FDA cybersecurity guidance will enable you to move to market faster, minimize risk of a breach and establish trust in your brand.
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Hackers Continue to Expose Device Vulnerabilities
As far back as 2011, researchers have publicly disclosed cybersecurity vulnerabilities in implanted pacemakers and insulin pumps.
A Single FDA Recall Can Cause Serious Damage
In 2017, for the first time, the FDA recalled an implantable pacemaker due to concerns that it could be hacked – causing serious reputational damage and revenue loss.
Device Security Starts at Design
A recent survey found 96% of providers point to manufacturers as the cause of medical device-related security issues.
The FDA is Becoming More Vigilant
In 2018, the FDA became more vigilant about cybersecurity in pre-market approvals, including updated guidelines for manufacturers.
Manufacturers Must Respond
Over the next decade, as many as 50 billion medical devices will be connected to the IoMT ecosystem. The time to address cybersecurity is now.