“Cyber Security Concerns in the Medical Device Domain” by Martin Higgins
Medical devices are increasingly connected to the internet, making them vulnerable to cyber-attacks that can compromise patient data, treatment safety, and effectiveness.
Another blog post was published by Martin Higgins, a postdoctoral researcher on the Digital Security by Design (DSbD) project at the University of Oxford. His research is focused on post-quantum and cyber-physical security solutions, entitled "Cyber-Security Concerns in the Medical Device Domain”.
This article explores the growing concern around cyber-security in the medical device industry and highlights the need for a coordinated effort between device manufacturers, healthcare providers, and patients to address these challenges.
Discover the potential risks associated with using connected medical devices and the recommended steps to protect against cyber-attacks.
Don't miss out on this eye-opening read that highlights the importance of staying vigilant when it comes to cybersecurity challenges in medical devices.