What is medical device security?
Medical device security refers to the tools and practices that prevent attackers from gaining unauthorized access to or control over medical devices and the data they generate and store. These healthcare devices may include patient monitoring devices, ingestible sensors, robotic devices used for surgery, and many more.
The data that medical devices store or generate can include personally identifiable information (PII), protected health information (PHI) or payment card industry (PCI) data. Threat actors may try to gain access to it to harm the reputations of affected individuals by disclosing that they suffer from certain medical conditions. They also could potentially remove data from medical devices and force hospitals or other organizations to pay a ransom in order to restore their access to it.
Given the many variables at play in IoMT security, step is to ensure that you know which medical devices exist on your network, as well as which types of threats may impact them.
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