In light of the emerging threat of cybercrime, leading regulators as the US FDA (Food and Drug Administration) or the European Commission introduced strict security requirements for medical devices, which are mandatory to fulfill in order to successfully obtain market access for the products. Managing cybersecurity throughout the entire life-cycle of a medical device is a major challenge that requires, among other things, risk management, threat-modeling and security testing such as penetration testing or vulnerability scanning.
Keeping track of all these requirements is a big challenge to every manufacturer. Rely on the competence of a professional partner to get precise and practical advice. In the sessions of TÜV Rheinland’s online roadshow “Medical Device Cybersecurity Life-Cycle Assessment” the experts will address the following topics:
- Fragmentation in the cybersecurity of medical devices in the EU
- Cybersecurity (basic cybersecurity elements, how a cybersecurity test is conducted for medical devices and why it is important)
- Medical device security expectations by notified bodies
In three sessions on June 14 & June 15 2022, TÜV Rheinland covers every time zone to spread their knowledge around the world.