Medical Device Security Challenges

December 16, 2020

Medical devices are now more integrated than ever. These devices are procured and onboarded without dedicated practices and procedures and without hardening standards or configurations.

In 2021 do you want to seamlessly incorporate security into your medical device program to understand your device inventory and risks associated with these devices?

In this white paper, CynergisTek and Asimily have outlined the challenges stakeholders are dealing with from addressing the business needs, execution of a strategy, and meeting missions and objectives while ensuring a safe and effective healing environment. Solutions discussed to tackle these challenges include:  

  • How do we develop a medical device security program?
  • How do we operationalize medical device security?
  • How to achieve organizational missions and objectives with such disparate departments, systems, and technologies?

 

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