Medical device and software cybersecurity assessment
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2021: A year of changes in healthcare cybersecurity
A conversation with Siemens Healthineers, Medtronic, Irdeto and H-ISAC
Medical devices are increasingly connected to each other and other networks and endpoints. Telehealth and virtual care are no longer a distant plan, but the reality of today.
With 50 years of security expertise, Irdeto’s core competencies provide the essential building blocks needed to secure a medical device & software and meet cybersecurity regulatory compliance requirements.
Who we serve
The best timeframe to determine your product’s cybersecurity strategy is early; we can help!
Start-ups and scale-ups in the MedTech space have a complex path from ideation to market. Addressing cyber risk, functional cybersecurity needs, and regulatory requirements are just a few of the areas where we can (and do) help early-stage medical device, digital health, and telehealth companies simplify their path to market.
To succeed, you need to get to market quickly and have good partnerships and secure systems.
With appropriate security technologies, Irdeto enables early-stage companies to address their unique cybersecurity challenges.
Devices must be future proofed with built-in security to defend against cybersecurity risks and threats.
With the help of Irdeto’s proactive, connected security portfolio, medical device manufacturers can change the security posture from:
(outside-in) from network and endpoint security
(inside out) to embedded device security, which is secured by design
The future of health care is connected. We can help prepare your device and software for the connected future. For more information, check out Irdeto’s current product portfolio:
Clinicians should be able to extend healthcare services securely and connect with patients remotely without fear.
Irdeto promotes the philosophy of in-depth, layered, and intertwined protection of code, data, and keys.
Whitebox cryptography, along with applying rigorous mathematical formulas to Protected Health Information (PHI), critical data, code, executables, and keys without negatively affecting the performance of the application, significantly reduces the chances of an app being compromised.
Connected Health Cybersecurity: Redefining device design with trustworthy security for patient safety
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Frequently asked questions
Got questions? We have answers!
Why is cybersecurity important for early-stage companies?
- A recent Irdeto has found that 82% of healthcare organizations have experienced at least one IoT-focused cyberattack since 2018, with 30% of attacks resulting in compromised end-user safety
- By 2023, 68% of all medical devices will be connected, and they become the new threat vectors to access hospital networks
- Other than hackers try to steal data, as a side effect of the process of intrusion or even as a direct target, cyberattacks to medical devices can put patient and user safety at serious risk
How can MedTech start-ups ensure compliance with FDA Cybersecurity and EU Medical Device Regulations?
Healthcare 4.0 redefines continuum of care through connecting people, processes and platforms and empowering the healthcare ecosystem to access data-driven insights in real-time. As connectivity in medical and healthcare environments proliferates, the FDA has proposed more robust cybersecurity measures for IoT (Internet of Things)- enabled medical devices to protect patient safety and maintain product functionality.
What is the future of connectivity, IoT, and medical devices?
- By 2025, the medical device market will completely transform due to increased connectivity, the proliferation of IoT, and AI technology across medical devices and platforms
- The prevalence of remote care models will result in a new paradigm reality in the continuum of care
- New business and care delivery models will drive the change with therapy effectiveness, and resource efficiency will be the outcome of that transition