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Cybersecurity’s Impact on Health Systems

We are currently seeing significant technological advances in medical devices, hospital networks and patient care. As medical devices become increasingly interconnected via the Internet, hospital networks, other medical devices, and smartphones, there is an increased risk of exploitation of cybersecurity vulnerabilities, some of which could affect a device’s performance, functionality and safety to the patient....
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Implement 21 CFR Part 820 Controls Early On

Benefits and Risks of Moving to the Cloud Migrating to the Cloud: What are the Benefits? According to the National Institute of Standards and Technology, the cloud is “a model for enabling convenient, on-demand network access to a shared pool of configurable computing resources (e.g., networks, servers, storage, applications, and services) that can be rapidly...
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Is Your Medical Device a Secret Safety Risk?

WHEN: Thursday February 26th WHERE: Your office TIME: 1.30pm – 3.00pm REGISTER HERE Compliance with IEC 62304 is required for all electromedical devices where basic safety is dependent on software or firmware. But many device companies remain unaware that the devices they manufacture must meet this standard. That may be because there’s confusion stemming from a key...
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Understand how the FDA uses the IEC 62304

IEC 62304 Safety Requirements FDA medical device recalls are on the rise. An increasingly active FDA, coupled with the rise in software components for medical devices is adding up to new challenges for manufacturers. Given this reality, it’s important to understand how the FDA uses the IEC 62304, an international standard developed that, among other things,...
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