Undergoing tests is a critical step in the process of transforming an innovative design into a reliable and marketable product
There are regulatory, ethical and financial reasons to ensure the cyber security of medical devices and their accessories. For example:
Device manufacturers and health organisations that use unsecure technology and fail to guarantee the cyber security of their medical devices pay heavy penalties, both financially and in terms of their reputation.
Globally, there is an increasing awareness of cyber security for medical devices from the regulatory organisations. For example, the FDA, the European Commission and Health Canada have published guidelines on how to meet cyber security regulations. These guidelines specify whether it is necessary to carry out vulnerability scans or penetration tests during the development of medical devices. It is better to implement the cyber security requirements early in the development process rather than having to include and integrate these requirements to the finished product.
We answer some of the most frequently asked questions to keep you up to date with the latest developments.
Our testing labs offer a comprehensive range of services to test and assess the cyber security of your medical devices. These include:
Managing the challenges and risks relating to cyber security
On May 5th 2017, the European commission has published a new regulation for medical devices.
Overcoming hazards in connected healthcare
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