Pacemakers and other implanted medical devices present “life or death” cybersecurity risk

Part of the burgeoning internet of things trend, cardiac monitors, glucometers, insulin pumps and other medical devices are increasingly connected to wifi and equipped with sensors. Read More

Three data breaches that should alarm the healthcare industry

Traci Folse of revisits some recent healthcare breaches that should focus minds in hospital IT departments. Read More

Healthcare fire safety: The innovation that outperforms conventional smoke detectors on false alarms and early detection

More sophisticated smoke detection technology is lowering costs, offering earlier detection and reducing disruption during healthcare inspections and testing. Read More

Architect says sprinkler installation at Glasgow Hospital was used as an excuse to flout other building standards

An architect who helped design Scotland's largest hospital has warned that corners were cut in the construction of the 14-storey complex in the name of keeping costs down. Read More

NHS cyber-attack: cybersecurity experts reflect on the lessons

Several cybersecurity experts have shared with IFSEC Global their thoughts on the implications and lessons to draw from the global wave of ransomware attacks. Read More

US regulator and healthcare sector fear medical device hacks

The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and medical device makers are expecting more hacking attacks, according to an in-depth piece published by The Hill. Read More

Goodbye passwords, hello heart monitoring? How doctors might one day check your vital signs to access your data

The electrical activity of the heart is being investigated as a potential form of verification by researchers. Read More

6 trends in video surveillance to watch out for in 2017

Wayne Arvidson, Quantum’s vice president of video surveillance and security solutions, surveys the CCTV market and shares his predictions. Read More

LA hospital ransomware payout shows high stakes of cyber war

Awareness of cyber security has soared, and yet complacency remains a problem, says Mike Ahmadi of Synopsys Software Integrity Group. Read More

Meeting the access control challenge in hospitals

Wireless Aperio locking devices from ASSA ABLOY can safeguard patients, staff, data, drugs and medical equipment without undermining round-the-clock public access. Read More

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