Blog Posts Tagged with "Medical Devices"
Healthcare Interrupted - Top Five Vulnerabilities Hackers Can Use Right Now To Shut Down Medical Devices
June 24, 2013 Added by:Matt Neely
By performing penetration tests on hospital networks and medical devices, security researchers have found that many commonly used devices are insecure and can be easily compromised.
May 10, 2013 Added by:Steve Ragan
Before malware could become a threat to medical devices, Adam Ely said attackers would have to write malware specifically targeted to these devices and organizations; or the devices would have to adopt a standard platforms and software.
October 08, 2012 Added by:Pierluigi Paganini
In the last decade the number of cyber incidents related to technologies that surround us is growth exponentially, the principal concerns are related to all those objects with an "intelligent component" that we daily use expose on internet for different purposes...
June 22, 2012 Added by:shawn merdinger
The work done by security researchers on their own devices is only the beginning of what we can expect will be a deluge of medical device related vulnerabilities, and it’s worthwhile to explore some of the reasons as to why the current situation is the way it is now...
May 19, 2012 Added by:Danny Lieberman
As their computing capabilities develop, current trusted computing/security models will be inadequate for epidermal electronics devices and attention needs to be devoted as soon as possible in order to build a security model that will mitigate threats by malicious attackers...
May 17, 2012 Added by:Danny Lieberman
Danny Lieberman talks about the dangers of implanted cardiac devices (ICD) like pacemakers and other devices like insulin pumps, and considers that it’s only a question of time before we have a drive by execution of a politician with an implanted medical device...
February 13, 2012 Added by:Danny Lieberman
The main reason is people. People handle electronic data and make mistakes or do not follow policies. People are increasing conscious that information has value – all information has some value to someone and that someone may be willing to pay...
January 16, 2012 Added by:Danny Lieberman
Security management is tricky. It’s not only about technical controls and good software development practice. It’s also about management responsibility. If you remember the Theory of Constraints, there is only one thing that limits a system's (or company's) performance...
January 04, 2012 Added by:Danny Lieberman
I’ve been talking to our medical device customers about mobile security of implanted devices for over a year now. I think it’s only a question of time before we have a drive by execution of a politician with an ICD (implanted cardiac device)...
December 27, 2011 Added by:Danny Lieberman
A threat analysis was performed on a medical device used in intensive care units. The analysis considers the security implications of deploying the devices inside a hospital network. Different stakeholders have different security and compliance concerns and therefore different agendas...
November 29, 2011 Added by:shawn merdinger
Enamored by technology, we tend to place tremendous faith in electronic gadgets that “just seem to work” – perhaps we are lulled into a sense of technical complacency by the general reliability of technology around us? Do we even have insight into the potential EMI problems?
October 31, 2011 Added by:Headlines
"You're not meant to be able to grab serial numbers out of the air. This tool I developed should be able to scan the frequency for these pumps, retrieve the pump ID, and with that pump I can then dispense insulin, suspend the pump, resume it and that type of thing..."
August 24, 2011 Added by:Headlines
The organizers of the Black Hat USA 2011 conference which took place earlier this month are inviting those who attended and those who missed the event to join them for a live webcast featuring some of the conference's speakers. The free webcast airs on Thursday, Aug 25, 2011...
July 28, 2011 Added by:Danny Lieberman
Developing for embedded Linux is not copy and paste from Windows. It requires expertise to setup the basic infrastructure. But, once that infrastructure is up, the medical device developer and it’s hospital customer can be confident that they are standing on a secure platform...
July 12, 2011 Added by:Danny Lieberman
Vendors that use Windows for less critical devices are actually increasing the threat surface for a hospital since any Windows host can be a carrier of malware, regardless of it’s primary mission function, be it user-friend UI at a nursing station or intensive care monitor at the bedside...
June 24, 2011 Added by:Danny Lieberman
The combination of large numbers of software vulnerabilities, user lock in created by integrating applications with Windows, complexity of Microsoft products and their code and Microsoft predatory trade practices are diametrically different than Linux and the FOSS movement...
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