HCLS/ Medical devices are vital, but vulnerable

Medical device security is a big problem, and an old one. Older medical devices weren’t designed with cybersecurity as a forethought, and are hard to properly secure. Now the boom in newly connected devices is exposing pre-existing vulnerabilities.

Health systems need to prioritize, and invest in, cybersecurity Enveloping legacy and newer devices with end-to-end protection assures they’re being used properly and for their intended purposes.

Deliver intended outcomes despite adverse cyber events. From cyber resilience to cyber wellness, securing medical devices can help prevent operational disruption and protect patient safety and privacy.

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