MedCity News February 20, 2024
Vinay Gokhale

There is growing and coordinated momentum behind the goal of ensuring connected medical devices improve people’s lives without introducing them to cybersecurity threats and associated safety risks. There also is a proven playbook for implementing the type of multi-layered, security-by-design strategies these initiatives advocate.

The U.S. National Cybersecurity Strategy, announced in March 2023, was joined by several other regulatory and legislative initiatives throughout the year that will have a major impact on the security of the Internet of Medical Things (IoMT) in 2024 and beyond. As these initiatives progress there is also a proven roadmap for meeting their new and evolving compliance requirements so that medical devices are not only safe but also secure.

Threat surface grows

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