Articles tagged with 'Safety' | BIOTRONIK

BIOTRONIK - Archive (Safety)

2020
19
June
2020
| 20:50 Europe/Amsterdam
CardioMessenger devices form an essential part of BIOTRONIK’s remote monitoring system, enabling the secure transmission of critical patient and device data to the treating physician. As the company that pioneered remote monitoring, we have taken cyb...
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04
March
2020
| 14:02 Europe/Amsterdam
The US Food and Drug Administration has issued a Safety Communication regarding a family of cybersecurity vulnerabilities known as SweynTooth, which may introduce risks for certain medical devices that use Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) wireless communic...
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2019
04
October
2019
| 15:31 Europe/Amsterdam
On October 1, the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) issued a Safety Communication regarding a set of cybersecurity vulnerabilities, referred to as “Urgent/11” that — if exploited by a remote attacker — may introduce risks for medical devices and ...
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12
August
2019
| 15:37 Europe/Amsterdam
The work ‘Security Testing of the Pacemaker Ecosystem’ was recently published as a master’s thesis, authored by Mr. Anders Been Wilhelmsen and Mr. Eivind Skjelmo Kristiansen. This publication investigates the state of cybersecurity of BIOTRONIK’s ICS...
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22
March
2019
| 15:50 Europe/Amsterdam
The Department of Homeland Security and the US FDA have issued a Medical Advisory and Safety Communication respectively describing two types of cybersecurity vulnerabilities affecting multiple Medtronic devices that utilize the Conexus telemetry prot...
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2018
18
October
2018
| 15:57 Europe/Amsterdam
On October 11, the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) issued a Safety Communication regarding cybersecurity updates affecting Medtronic implantable cardiac device programmers, based on an NCCIC Advisory.1 According to the FDA’s communication, Medt...
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17
August
2018
| 16:02 Europe/Amsterdam
On August 9, WIRED magazine reported that researchers discovered cybersecurity vulnerabilities in the way pacemaker programmers connected to the software delivery network of a specified manufacturer. The researchers claim that “digital code signing”—...
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