Cyber security

HSCC releases medical device, health IT cybersecurity plan

reprint A private-public coalition of healthcare stakeholders has issued a consensus-based guide for developing, deploying, and supporting cyber-secure medical devices and health IT across their product lifecycles. The Joint Security Plan, developed by the Healthcare and Public Health Sector Coordinating Council, is a voluntary framework meant to improve industry-wide cybersecurity Czytaj więcej…

Compliance

7 emerging trends that will boost IoT security As healthcare organizations connect more medical devices to networks, protecting their integrity is crucial.

Armis has identified two chip-level vulnerabilities, which it has named BLEEDINGBBIT, impacting access points and potentially other unmanaged devices. These are vulnerabilities related to use of Bluetooth Low Energy chips from Texas Instruments. The vulnerabilities affect Cisco, Aruba and Meraki access points, permitting hackers to attack networks undetected, introduce malware, Czytaj więcej…