Wednesday, RSA 2018: On any given day, there are more than 150 sessions to choose from here. Good luck getting to even 5% of those. The good news is that attendees can get access to most of the sessions they missed after the fact, since the slide presentations are posted and videos are made of just about every one. So you can keep “attending” for months to come. But from a small slice of it in real time: It didn’t get nearly as much buzz as the keynote from Monica Lewinsky of Bill-Clinton-and-blue-dress fame, but the message was still powerful: Behavioral analytics is changing the world of security.
Early last year, in response to the Cybersecurity Act of 2015, the US Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) established The Health Care Industry Cybersecurity Task Force. This month the task force published its recommendations to improve healthcare cybersecurity.
Originally posted on SecurityWeek.
In a new report, Synopsys found that 67% of medical device manufacturers and 56% of healthcare delivery organizations (HDOs) believe an attack on a medical device built or in use by their organization is likely to occur over the next 12 months.
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Fault Injection is a podcast from Synopsys that digs into software quality and security issues. This week, hosts Robert Vamosi, CISSP and Security Strategist at Synopsys, and Chris Clark, Principal Security Engineer at Synopsys, go into detail about a new report from Synopsys and the Ponemon Institute on medical device security.
On December 28, 2016, the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) finalized its guidance on the “Postmarket Management of Cybersecurity in Medical Devices.” The release of the guidance was accompanied by an official blog post, which points out that as medical devices become increasingly sophisticated and connected, they become more prone to attack. Successful attacks can result in physical harm or even death to real people.
This year’s Medical Device Security 101 Conference is just days away. We’re looking forward to meeting attendees January 15-17 in sunny Lake Buena Vista, Florida. Identify, prevent, recover. We’d like to thank the University of Michigan’s Archimedes Center for Medical Device Security for hosting the two-day educational workshop. This synergistic environment explores how to identify, prevent, and recover from security breaches to keep your firm as secure as possible. Stop by to discuss how Synopsys can help further your security strategy, ask questions about our service offerings, or just to say ‘hello.’ We will be available at the event on Monday, January 16th from 8am to 4:30pm. Food for thought. This year, Synopsys will also be sponsoring the Gala Dinner that takes place on Monday evening from 6:15-8:30pm. Join us, the conference speakers, and your fellow attendees at Epcot’s American Adventure Rotunda for a relaxing dinner.
Philips has named Mike Ahmadi, global director of critical systems security for Synopsys Software Integrity Group, to its Responsible Disclosure Hall of Honors.
Following recent vulnerabilities disclosed in medical devices, a panel of experts discussed current remediation efforts and steps toward developing industry best practices.
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It took a few years to make it happen, but the AAMI TIR57 “Principles for medical device security – Risk management” standard was finally published by AAMI this summer, and the FDA formally recognized it as a foundational standard less than a month after it came out.