In many ways 2021 was a continuation of the changes brought about in 2020, a year that’s been described as “unprecedented” and “unparalleled.” In a unique way, 2021 has offered us an idea of evolving innovations and technology on the horizon for teams across industries. These changing conditions will present a variety of new landscapes and will […]
In the third installment of our 2020s Predictions series, we’re featuring medical device security predictions from Chris Gates, Principal Systems Security Architect at Velentium, a professional engineering firm specializing in the design and manufacturing of therapeutic and diagnostic active medical devices.
Despite ongoing concerns about cybersecurity, the medical device landscape has seen some amazing advances even just this year.
With the rise in connected and autonomous cars, hackers and other cyber criminals can break into the systems that run these vehicles and wreak havoc.
Embracing security as an important part of the product development cycle provides more than just a competitive advantage – it may be crucial for survival.
With the growing amount of connected medical devices, the number of potential targets for hackers and other cyber criminals to exploit continues to rise.
Any cybersecurity expert will tell you it’s not a matter of if you will be hacked, but when. Healthcare organizations across the country are quickly learning the truth about that axiom.
The burden of ensuring hackers don’t gain access to unsecured connected devices can’t totally fall on consumers. Improved security for smart devices is also the responsibility of companies creating these products, and many are being called on to step up their game.
As part of an ongoing series, we’re looking at insights and trends uncovered within the Harvard Business Review Analytic Services study, “Bridging The Gap In Digital Product Design.” If the TV network that brought fire-spitting, flying dragons to life can get hacked, so can your product. For companies, that should be one of the takeaways […]