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Commonly Overlooked Cybersecurity Threats

You’re Not Thinking of Them but Hackers Are

Technology is ever-evolving, ever-advancing, and ever-changing. With all its positives, technology has also created challenges. They are even more pronounced in the healthcare industry where a person’s health, safety, and private information are involved. As continuous as the advancements are, equally as persistent are the malicious attempts to compromise these systems and take advantage of any weakness. As technology accelerates, so do cyber-attacks, endangering the safety and privacy of everyone involved in producing and using the device.

All software has potential cybersecurity vulnerabilities, and as you are looking for the most cutting-edge way to help your customers and patients, hackers are looking for creative ways to breach your software.

It is essential for medical device companies to be aware of this throughout their product lifecycle – in every aspect from design to development and manufacturing – so they can be intentional and thoughtful to mitigate the risks. As the world becomes more connected and digital, security risks are becoming more prevalent and numerous, and medical device companies must be more diligent.

This whitepaper offers an insightful overview of the current state of medical device cybersecurity, commonly overlooked cybersecurity threats, and ways to mitigate them.

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