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The Internet of Medical Things (IoMT) is revolutionising how we keep patients safe. IoMT gives you real-time data and notifications to identify issues with patients before they become critical.
Connecting devices, people, and systems in the medical industry saves lives. Up-to-the-second information can mean the difference between life or death, and the potential for smart medical devices to improve patient care are endless.
Pacemakers you can remotely monitor to predict a heart attack and insulin pumps that patients can adjust wirelessly to give them more control over their care are already a reality.
But how do you ensure you can trust these devices?
The same connectivity that creates huge value for the medical industry simultaneously heightens security and privacy risks. The main threats fall into two categories:
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regulations such as support for a device Software Bill of Materials (SBOM).
KeyScaler® provides frictionless security for connected devices, enabling total device, data and operational trust. But the return on using KeyScaler is more than just security…
Use our calculator to see how automating your device authentication can not only ensure device security but also offer a return on investment.
By telling us how many connected devices you have in operation now as well as how many you plan to have in the future, we are able to compare your investment in KeyScaler with the average cost of manually provisioning devices and rotating certificates.
Your patients could fall victim to hackers accessing their private medical or financial records through IoT devices.
Criminals can use this data for identity theft, targeted blackmailing, buying drugs, or medical equipment to resell, filing fraudulent insurance claims, or stealing from your patient’s bank accounts.
Cyber terrorists can shut down entire hospital systems and disarm IoT medical devices.
These terrorists intentionally cause chaos by hacking into IoT devices like defibrillators and insulin pumps – and have done! Johnson & Johnson’s insulin pump was hacked due to poor security, causing severe damage.
Device Authority’s KeyScaler™ platform uses unique patented Dynamic Device Key Generation (DDKG) and PKI Signature+ technology to solve the challenges of IoT security in healthcare, particularly for medical devices.
Keep your patient data and company information safe with our KeyScaler™ platform, which secures your medical devices’ identity and automates device registration and authentication at IoT scale. KeyScaler™ protects data being shared between a wide range of devices, from surgical robots to smartphones.
Avoid harmful data breaches like Johnson & Johnson’s insulin pump case with KeyScaler’s data encryption solutions that protect data in transit and at rest. Our platform transfers your medical data, agnostic to any network architecture or communications used, protecting private information from attacks.
Keep your patient’s medical devices safe from cyberattacks that could put their lives in danger and cause disruption
Avoid GDPR fines from data theft and ensure compliance with regulatory bodies like HIPAA
Ensure your patient’s data is kept private and safe from hackers – you can’t trust the data if you can’t trust the device
New IoT products are designed security-first, getting them to the market quicker and reducing development costs
Protect your brand’s integrity and reputation while avoiding damaging drops in the stock market
See how Device Authority clients rate our innovative IoT security solutions and the real life impact it’s made on their businesses.
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