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How to Navigate Compliance and Cyber Security Concerns in Smart Medical Devices

Published by SPK Blog Post
on August 28, 2017

The Internet of Things is revolutionizing the medical device field. However, it’s also introducing new compliance headaches. What’s more, large-scale medical hacks loom large in the background. Medical device manufacturers can’t ignore the Internet of Things, but nor can they enter into it lightly. Failing to consider compliance and security issues could mean thousands of man hours and millions of dollars go to waste, setting your production schedule back by months. That’s not a risk most businesses can afford to take.

If you’re considering a deploying a smart medical device you likely will need to:

  • Explore intelligent device possibilities
  • Determine how to incorporate IoT into Medical Device workflows
  • Consider network and security implications
  • Establish a business case for IoT

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