What Could Medical Device Hacking’s Future Look Like?

What Could Medical Device Hacking’s Future Look Like?

MPO's Sean Fenske and Alan Grau of Sectigo discuss potential hacking strategies for future instances of gaining access to medical technology.

By Sean Fenske, Editor-in-Chief04.23.21
Sean Fenske, editor-in-chief of Medical Product Outsourcing, spoke with Alan Grau, VP of embedded and IOT at Sectigo, about how hackers might seek to target medical devices in the future to evade cybersecurity challenges. They also discuss the potential for blockchain to be used as a cybersecurity measure within medical technologies. Finally, potential development strategies are shared as methods for medical device manufacturers to try to avoid future attacks and vulnerabilities.

This video is one in a series of medtech and cybersecurity discussions with Alan Grau. If you haven’t viewed the others, you can do so via the following links.
Discussing Cybersecurity in Medical Devices
Home Healthcare and Cybersecurity
Hackers and Home Healthcare Equipment Concerns 
Real-World Medical Device Hacking Tales
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