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Medical Device Security

Simplified medical device security

Ensure patient safety and data integrity

Designed by vectorjuice / Freepik

Overview
We're here to support you with your journey through the complexities of EU MDR and FDA compliance and medical device security.

Our Medical device security experts have put together a series of guides and support documents to help with achieving EU MDR and FDA compliance.

An assigned expert will help you navigate and understand the EU MDR and FDA standards and regulations. They will work closely with you, ensuring you understand the processes and how cyber security is embedded within them.

How to tell if this is for you:
We'll provide advice, guidance and operational support for you to be compliant with various medical device security regulations such as;

EU MDR
FDA
CFR 21 part 11
ISO 13485
IEC 62304

54%
of healthcare organisations had a cyber attack on medical devices
37%
healthcare sector experienced the highest rate of IoT (Internet of Things) device attacks
93%
cybersecurity-related medical device recalls increased

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Medical device security benefits

Advice, guidance and operational support for you to be compliant

Ensuring patient safety

We'll help you ensure that your medical devices are designed and manufactured with appropriate security measures to protect patient information and prevent unauthorised access to the device.

Enhancing device reliability and performance

Supporting you to become compliant with these regulations can help ensure that your medical devices are reliable and perform as intended, which can improve patient outcomes.

Improving data security

Working with you to implement security measures to protect sensitive patient information, such as personal health information and personally identifiable information.

Compliance with legal and regulatory requirements

Helping you gain compliance with these regulations can help you avoid penalties and fines for non-compliance.

Facilitating international trade

Gaining compliance with our support can make it easier for you to sell your products in different countries, as these regulations are recognised internationally.

Promoting innovation

With our support and advice understanding what it takes to gain compliance with these regulations can encourage you to invest in new technologies and security measures to improve the performance and security of your medical devices, which can ultimately lead to better patient outcomes and improved healthcare delivery.

How it works

Securing your medical devices and ensure compliance

Inital assessment

You'll be designated an expert who can perform an assessment of your current systems and processes to determine your current level of compliance.

Development plan

Based on the assessment, your expert can develop a plan to bring your systems and processes into compliance with the relevant regulations and standards.

Actioning the plan

Once the plan is in place, your expert can assist with the implementation of new technologies, procedures, and policies.

Compliance

We won't disappear after the implementation, your expert can also review your systems and processes to ensure ongoing compliance and make any necessary adjustments in the future.

Medical device compliance

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Frequently Asked Questions

What is the purpose of medical device security regulations?

The purpose of medical device security regulations is to ensure that medical devices are designed, manufactured, and distributed with appropriate security measures to protect patient information and prevent unauthorised access to the device.

What are the main requirements of these regulations?

The main requirements of these regulations include implementing security controls to protect against unauthorised access, ensuring the confidentiality, integrity, and availability of patient data, and providing appropriate documentation and reporting to demonstrate compliance.

How do these regulations differ from one another?

While these regulations have similar goals, they may have slightly different requirements and focus on different aspects of device security. For example, the EU MDR places a stronger emphasis on post-market surveillance, while the FDA's regulations focus more on pre-market clearance or approval.

How do I ensure compliance with these regulations?

Ensuring compliance with these regulations involves implementing security controls, performing risk assessments, and maintaining appropriate documentation. Working with a qualified consultant or compliance expert can also be helpful in understanding and complying with these regulations.

What are the consequences of non-compliance with these regulations?

Consequences of non-compliance can include penalties, fines, and legal action. Additionally, non-compliance can damage a company's reputation and credibility and may lead to recalls or withdrawal of products from the market.