How to combine Zero Trust and Software Bill-of-Materials (SBOM) to improve the Nation’s Cybersecurity
Posted: Jun 28, 2021
Posted: Jun 28, 2021
Posted: Jun 24, 2021
Having looked (albeit it brief) at the WP29 directive:
“WP.29 is the UN World Forum dedicated to technical regulations applied to the broad automotive sector, addressing the safety and environmental performance of wheeled vehicles, their subsystems and parts.”
It became clear to me that the source of the market noise was actually around UN Regulation No. 155, which is a component of WP29.
Posted: Jun 08, 2021
Posted: May 18, 2021
On the heels of major cybersecurity intrusions like SolarWinds and Colonial Pipeline, President Biden signed an Executive Order on May 12th to modernize cybersecurity in the federal government and protect federal
Posted: Dec 24, 2020
Back in May 2017 the EU, through its Medical Device Coordination Group (MDCG) published the Medical Device Regulation (MDR) (EU) 2017/745, which came into effect on 25th May 2017. The regulation was put together to ensure high standards of quality and safety for medical devices being produced in or supplied into the EU. Manufacturers of currently approved medical devices have until May 26th, 2021 to meet the requirements of the regulations. Even if a product is Medical Devices Directive (MDD) compliant, they still need to meet these new regulations.
Posted: Dec 10, 2020
The Harvard Business Review (HBR) and medical device manufacturer Medtronic recently completed a virtual forum series on Healthcare and the Pandemic. This three-part series looked at a variety of topics; one of the more applicable topics to our customers was the current and future state of technology like telehealth.
Posted: Nov 24, 2020
On November 17th the US Senate passed the bipartisan Internet of Things (IoT) Cybersecurity Improvement Act by unanimous consent. The US House passed the bill on September 14th by voice vote. The bill now heads to the President’s desk where it is expected he will sign it.
The legislation as passed would:
Posted: Sep 22, 2020
Last week there were multiple reports of a patient death in Germany that appears to be directly linked to a ransomware incident. Briefly, a patient in need of emergency medical care died because she sought treatment at a hospital that was under cyber-attack. Düsseldorf University Clinic (DUC) was unable to admit the woman, so she was transferred to another facility 30 km (about 19 miles) away.
Posted: Sep 17, 2020
“Whoever can handle the quickest rate of change is the one who survives”
- John Boyd (Military Strategist and Pioneer of The OODA Loop) -
Posted: Jul 10, 2020
Code signing is a software development process of digitally signing executable code to prove the identity of the software author AND guarantees that the code has not altered or corrupted since it was published. Both these points are extremely important for building trust from your customers and safely distributing your software.