The issue of cybersecurity in the healthcare sector and, specifically, medical device vulnerabilities have always been included in our OODA Loop Daily Pulse. Cumulatively over time, these reports and issues of concern have now been elevated to the legislative level, with the introduction in June 2022 of bills related to medical device cybersecurity and the sale of health and location data.
A total of eight security issues have been identified in Philips patient monitoring solutions that could potentially lead to threat actors accessing sensitive patient data without authorization. Although the severity ratings of the flaws range from medium to low, the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) warns that a low-skilled
JSOF security researchers disclosed a series of vulnerabilities affecting connected devices in the enterprise, industrial, and healthcare industries earlier this month. Experts have expressed concern over the implications for connected medical devices, which could potentially offer attackers a gateway into hospital networks or allow them to affect patient care and