Connected Medical Devices Arnab Ray The cybersecurity of connected medical devices is one of the biggest challenges facing healthcare today . The compromise of a medical device can result in severe consequences for both patient health ...
Author: Arnab Ray
Publisher: Academic Press
The cybersecurity of connected medical devices is one of the biggest challenges facing healthcare today. The compromise of a medical device can result in severe consequences for both patient health and patient data. Cybersecurity for Connected Medical Devices covers all aspects of medical device cybersecurity, with a focus on cybersecurity capability development and maintenance, system and software threat modeling, secure design of medical devices, vulnerability management, and integrating cybersecurity design aspects into a medical device manufacturer's Quality Management Systems (QMS). This book is geared towards engineers interested in the medical device cybersecurity space, regulatory, quality, and human resources specialists, and organizational leaders interested in building a medical device cybersecurity program. Lays out clear guidelines for how to build a medical device cybersecurity program through the development of capabilities Discusses different regulatory requirements of cybersecurity and how to incorporate them into a Quality Management System Provides a candidate method for system and software threat modelling Provides an overview of cybersecurity risk management for medical devices Presents technical cybersecurity controls for secure design of medical devices Provides an overview of cybersecurity verification and validation for medical devices Presents an approach to logically structure cybersecurity regulatory submissions
Das S, Siroky GP, Lee S, Mehta D, Suri R. Cybersecurity: The need for data and patient safety with cardiac implantable electronic devices. Heart Rhythm. 2021 Mar 1;18(3):473-81. 23. Pycroft L, Aziz TZ. Security of implantable medical ...
Author: Florence D. Hudson
Publisher: Springer Nature
Category: Technology & Engineering
The second in the Women Securing the Future with TIPPSS series, this book provides insight and expert advice from seventeen women leaders in technology, healthcare and policy to address the challenges of Trust, Identity, Privacy, Protection, Safety and Security (TIPPSS) for connected healthcare, and the growing Internet of Medical Things (IoMT) ecosystem. The ten chapters in this book delve into trust, security and privacy risks in connected healthcare for patients, medical devices, personal and clinical data, healthcare providers and institutions, and provide practical approaches to manage and protect the data, devices, and humans. Cybersecurity, technology and legal experts discuss risks, from data and device hacks to ransomware, and propose approaches to address the challenges including new frameworks for architecting and evaluating medical device and connected hospital cybersecurity. We all need to be aware of the TIPPSS challenges in connected healthcare, and we call upon engineers, device manufacturers, system developers and healthcare providers to ensure trust and manage the risk. Featuring contributions from prominent female experts and role models in technology, cybersecurity, engineering, computer science, data science, business, healthcare, accessibility, research, law, privacy and policy, this book sets the stage to improve security and safety in our increasingly connected world.
0428-1 2016 United States Final Guidance: Postmarket Management of Cybersecurity in Medical Devices ... Principle 2018 Germany Cyber Security Requirements for Network-Connected Medical Devices https://www.allianz-fuer-cybersicherheit.
Author: Axel Wirth
Publisher: Artech House
Cybersecurity for medical devices is no longer optional. We must not allow sensationalism or headlines to drive the discussion… Nevertheless, we must proceed with urgency. In the end, this is about preventing patient harm and preserving patient trust. A comprehensive guide to medical device secure lifecycle management, this is a book for engineers, managers, and regulatory specialists. Readers gain insight into the security aspects of every phase of the product lifecycle, including concept, design, implementation, supply chain, manufacturing, postmarket surveillance, maintenance, updates, and end of life. Learn how to mitigate or completely avoid common cybersecurity vulnerabilities introduced during development and production. Grow your awareness of cybersecurity development topics ranging from high-level concepts to practical solutions and tools. Get insight into emerging regulatory and customer expectations. Uncover how to minimize schedule impacts and accelerate time-to-market while still accomplishing the main goal: reducing patient and business exposure to cybersecurity risks. Medical Device Cybersecurity for Engineers and Manufacturers is designed to help all stakeholders lead the charge to a better medical device security posture and improve the resilience of our medical device ecosystem.
Sound cybersecurity of connected diabetes devices is needed to maintain confidentiality, integrity, ... Medical device privacy is in the purview of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Office for Civil Rights.
Author: Boris Draznin
Publisher: American Diabetes Association
We live in a century of technological revolution and the birth of artificial intelligence. Like every other sphere of our life, diabetes-related technology is moving forward with lightning speed. New and improved insulin administration devices, increased capacity for monitoring one’s blood glucose levels, and the ability to communicate directly with the device supplying insulin as well as with the patient and his/her healthcare provider have changed diabetes therapy forever. The problem is that diabetes-related technology is moving ahead much faster than physicians and other healthcare professionals can incorporate these advances into our practices. Diabetes Technology will consist of three parts: Part I addresses the clinical science of diabetes pumps, continuous glucose monitoring and communication technology with numerous practical aspects. Part III offers personal stories of healthcare providers who treat their own diabetes with modern diabetes technology. In particular, they will address how and why they decided to use this technology and the positive and negative aspects of their decision.
In this important book, the author describes: The increasing expansion of medical devices and the dark side of the high demand for medical devices The medical device regulatory landscape and the dilemmas hospitals find themselves in with ...
Author: Matthew Webster
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
Category: Technology & Engineering
Discover the security risks that accompany the widespread adoption of new medical devices and how to mitigate them In Do No Harm: Protecting Connected Medical Devices, Healthcare, and Data from Hackers and Adversarial Nation States, cybersecurity expert Matthew Webster delivers an insightful synthesis of the health benefits of the Internet of Medical Things (IoMT), the evolution of security risks that have accompanied the growth of those devices, and practical steps we can take to protect ourselves, our data, and our hospitals from harm. You’ll learn how the high barriers to entry for innovation in the field of healthcare are impeding necessary change and how innovation accessibility must be balanced against regulatory compliance and privacy to ensure safety. In this important book, the author describes: The increasing expansion of medical devices and the dark side of the high demand for medical devices The medical device regulatory landscape and the dilemmas hospitals find themselves in with respect medical devices Practical steps that individuals and businesses can take to encourage the adoption of safe and helpful medical devices or mitigate the risk of having insecure medical devices How to help individuals determine the difference between protected health information and the information from health devices--and protecting your data How to protect your health information from cell phones and applications that may push the boundaries of personal privacy Why cybercriminals can act with relative impunity against hospitals and other organizations Perfect for healthcare professionals, system administrators, and medical device researchers and developers, Do No Harm is an indispensable resource for anyone interested in the intersection of patient privacy, cybersecurity, and the world of Internet of Medical Things.
Protecting connected medical devices from evolving cyber related threats, requires a continuous lifecycle approach whereby cybersecurity is integrated within the product development lifecycle and both complements and reenforces the ...
Author: J. Mantas
Publisher: IOS Press
Biomedical Informatics is now indispensible in modern healthcare, and the field covers a very broad spectrum of research and application outcomes, ranging from cell to population, and including a number of technologies such as imaging, sensors, and biomedical equipment, as well as management and organizational subjects. This book presents 65 full papers and two keynote speeches from the 2017 edition of the International Conference on Informatics, Management, and Technology in Healthcare (ICIMTH 2017), held in Athens, Greece in July 2017. The papers are grouped in three chapters, and cover a wide range of topics, reflecting the current scope of Biomedical Informatics. In essence, Biomedical Informatics empowers the transformation of healthcare, and the book will be of interest to researchers, providers and healthcare practitioners alike.
Author: John J. Trinckes, Jr.Publish On: 2017-01-27
Identify and detect cybersecurity vulnerabilities and risks by monitoring cybersecurity information sources. ... The Hippocratic Oath for connected medical devices offers five core cybersecurity capabilities: 1.
Author: John J. Trinckes, Jr.
Publisher: CRC Press
Category: Business & Economics
The healthcare industry is under privacy attack. The book discusses the issues from the healthcare organization and individual perspectives. Someone hacking into a medical device and changing it is life-threatening. Personal information is available on the black market. And there are increased medical costs, erroneous medical record data that could lead to wrong diagnoses, insurance companies or the government data-mining healthcare information to formulate a medical ‘FICO’ score that could lead to increased insurance costs or restrictions of insurance. Experts discuss these issues and provide solutions and recommendations so that we can change course before a Healthcare Armageddon occurs.
Medical devices are increasingly network connected, using default passwords, missing patches, remote access, ... No Table 1.1 Top 10 breaches by number of individuals affected 1 Cyber-Attacks Against Critical Infrastructure 27.
Author: Martti Lehto
Publisher: Springer Nature
This book focus on critical infrastructure protection. The chapters present detailed analysis of the issues and challenges in cyberspace and provide novel solutions in various aspects. The first part of the book focus on digital society, addressing critical infrastructure and different forms of the digitalization, strategic focus on cyber security, legal aspects on cyber security, citizen in digital society, and cyber security training. The second part focus on the critical infrastructure protection in different areas of the critical infrastructure. The chapters cover the cybersecurity situation awareness, aviation and air traffic control, cyber security in smart societies and cities, cyber security in smart buildings, maritime cyber security, cyber security in energy systems, and cyber security in healthcare. The third part presents the impact of new technologies upon cyber capability building as well as new challenges brought about by new technologies. These new technologies are among others are quantum technology, firmware and wireless technologies, malware analysis, virtualization.
Author: Stojanovi?, Mirjana D.Publish On: 2020-02-21
Since it has been a proliferation of IoT devices , data breaches from the healthcare industry are increasing the concern about how cyber security can protect data from connected medical devices . Recent years have seen numerous hacking ...
Author: Stojanovi?, Mirjana D.
Publisher: IGI Global
In today’s modernized market, many fields are utilizing internet technologies in their everyday methods of operation. The industrial sector is no different as these technological solutions have provided several benefits including reduction of costs, scalability, and efficiency improvements. Despite this, cyber security remains a crucial risk factor in industrial control systems. The same public and corporate solutions do not apply to this specific district because these security issues are more complex and intensive. Research is needed that explores new risk assessment methods and security mechanisms that professionals can apply to their modern technological procedures. Cyber Security of Industrial Control Systems in the Future Internet Environment is a pivotal reference source that provides vital research on current security risks in critical infrastructure schemes with the implementation of information and communication technologies. While highlighting topics such as intrusion detection systems, forensic challenges, and smart grids, this publication explores specific security solutions within industrial sectors that have begun applying internet technologies to their current methods of operation. This book is ideally designed for researchers, system engineers, managers, networkers, IT professionals, analysts, academicians, and students seeking a better understanding of the key issues within securing industrial control systems that utilize internet technologies.
Author: Marie De FréminvillePublish On: 2020-04-09
to repeated attacks and in which security investments are insufficient, although cybersecurity is considered a major issue by health equipment suppliers. Indeed, medical records also include information relating to mutual insurance or ...
Author: Marie De Fréminville
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
Cyber security is a key issue affecting the confidence of Internet users and the sustainability of businesses. It is also a national issue with regards to economic development and resilience. As a concern, cyber risks are not only in the hands of IT security managers, but of everyone, and non-executive directors and managing directors may be held to account in relation to shareholders, customers, suppliers, employees, banks and public authorities. The implementation of a cybersecurity system, including processes, devices and training, is essential to protect a company against theft of strategic and personal data, sabotage and fraud. Cybersecurity and Decision Makers presents a comprehensive overview of cybercrime and best practice to confidently adapt to the digital world; covering areas such as risk mapping, compliance with the General Data Protection Regulation, cyber culture, ethics and crisis management. It is intended for anyone concerned about the protection of their data, as well as decision makers in any organization.