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Medical device cybersecurity: Conformity assessments 

The ongoing digitization in healthcare has brought not only new opportunities to improve patient care, but also challenges in cybersecurity. To address the issue and ensure the security of new medical devices, state-of-the-art regulatory frameworks are mandatory. Let’s discover some of the new industry developments, discuss the best practice documents and the implementation of the guidance.

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[FREE REPORT] “Mobile games development in 2022: trends, challenges and solutions”

Did you know that a staggering 79% of developers consider cheating to be a major or moderate concern, up from 70% when surveyed at the end of 2021? And with reference to tampering, 76% of developers are similarly concerned, up from 56% in 2021? We bet you didn’t as these figures come from our latest global survey, conducted in collaboration with Omdia on a group of 200 mobile game developers. Read the report!

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Rail cybersecurity from A to Z

Just like anything else in our world, railway systems are becoming digitalized and more connected. But with increased connectivity and dependence on digital technologies, comes a rise in security threats This article will detail what is the wider context of this and what can you do to protect your industry.

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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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Medical devices and how hackers target them

With the rise of the Internet of Medical Things (IoMT), medical devices are becoming increasingly more prominent in the healthcare industry. This, however, does not come without its risks. Hackers are using medical devices to springboard deeper into medical system networks. This article explores the motives as well as the methods used to access medical devices.

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10 Myths in Cybersecurity – Cybersecurity Month Edition

Cybersecurity has emerged as the business imperative in the modern digital world. Regardless of their business nature, size, and industry, global organizations have started investing heavily in cyber defense and training. However, despite the growing emphasis on securing business, several myths and misconceptions about cybersecurity prevent companies from building a robust cybersecurity posture.

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