Sterling Medical Devices’ Cybersecurity Expert, Keith Handler, Interviews with Lee Neubecker of Enigma Forensics in a 3-part series on Cybersecurity in Medical Devices

Our Cybersecurity Expert, Keith Handler, provides insight into the challenges that medical device developers and manufacturers face today. Cybersecurity regulations and preventative measures are the focus in the 3-part series with Enigma Forensics. Medical Device Security   As an ISO 13485 certified medical device development company, Sterling Medical Devices always makes safety a top priority.…

Why Cybersecurity is Becoming More Important in the Medical Device Industry

Cybersecurity in the medical device world has evolved from a footnote to a front-page headline. Articles with titles like “Medical Devices are the Next Security Nightmare” (Wired) and “Medical Devices… Lethal in Hands of Hackers” (The Hill) worry device manufacturers, doctors, and patients alike. These concerns are a direct result of an increasingly interconnected medical…

US FDA Recognizes New Cybersecurity Standard UL 2900-2-1

What does it mean for the Medical Device industry? The current ever-changing landscape of cybersecurity threats and hazards, amongst ransomware campaigns and remote vulnerability cracks, call for medical device manufacturers to better prepare their products for lifetime security. Regulations are pushing manufacturers to ensure that their products stay secure long after they are taken off…