Threat modeling of medical devices made easier

Threat modeling is a well-established practice within the cybersecurity industry but is still relatively new within the medtech space, so many are unsure where to start and exactly how to do it. Fortunately, the MITRE Corporation, in conjunction with the FDA and other industry leaders, have just released a very helpful resource.

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Innovating together everywhere: Our 2021 Hackathon

At Irdeto, we run an internal, annual Hackathon that brings together colleagues from across the globe to participate in 26 hours of innovation to inspire, collaborate and innovate together anywhere. More than 25% of Irdeto employees have taken part in the global Hackathon this year, with many different departments being included.

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The Metaverse is coming … but will it be safe? 

The Metaverse is a hot topic at the moment. Everyone seems to be talking about it, and some are even planning to invest in it. Just in case it turns out to be the future of the Internet, Mark Zuckerberg of Facebook, Tim Sweeney of Epic Games/Fortnite, and even Jay-Z (!) want their claim to fame. But what is the Metaverse exactly and how will it be used? What will be the legal implications once launched and will the whole thing be safe at all?

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Medical device security management – what you need to know

There is little doubt that the future of healthcare will rely more on always-connected devices, Software as a Medical Device (SaMD), cloud computing and vast amounts of data processing. However, moving medical devices outside of the security provided within a managed hospital network and placing them at our homes increases the risk of cyberattacks. So, how manufacturers can face the ongoing challenge of ensuring security of their devices and the ever-increasing pressure by the regulatory bodies?  

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Rail and Cybersecurity: The growing gap

The rail industry is growing in usage and connectivity. As one drives the other, the importance of cybersecurity will only increase. As the rail industry prospers, it becomes a more desirable target to increasingly skilled and equipped hackers and new demands are put upon aging, potentially difficult to replace infrastructure.

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