Author: Ayala Goldstein

Intro to Medical Device Standards and Regulations

Over the past few years, cybersecurity has become a major concern for medical device manufacturers (MDMs), for a number of reasons. First and foremost, medical devices are becoming connected like never before with multiple communication channels. They are becoming increasingly software-driven, with rapidly growing code bases, reliant on a complex software supply chain, consisting of […]

Intro to Automotive Cybersecurity Regulations

As vehicles have come to rely heavily on software and an increasingly complex software supply chain, the cyber threat landscape continues to evolve, and security and safety standards are more critical than ever. Industry-wide recognition of automotive cybersecurity risks has pushed regulators and industry leaders to double-down on regulation. The recent adoption of UNECE WP.29 […]

Is There Such a Thing as 100% Cybersecurity Readiness? Medical Devices Pros Weigh In

Originally published on BeepingComputer, May 25, 2022 As medical devices become more connected and reliant on software, their codebase grows both in size and complexity, and they are increasingly reliant on third-party and open source software components. This forces security pros to address today’s rapidly evolving threat landscape. In the hopes of helping security professionals […]

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6 Ways to Leverage Cybellum’s Product Security Platform Throughout the Product Lifecycle

As connected products and devices become increasingly software reliant, and the cyber threat landscape continues to evolve, manual and one-off security testing for devices is no longer an option. Today’s security standards and regulation demand product security teams address compliance and security throughout the entire product lifecycle – from design and development till devices’ end-of-life. […]

2022 Medical Device Cybersecurity Trends and Predictions

Research Shows Medical Device Manufactures’ Investment in Cybersecurity is on the Rise

Medical device manufacturers (MDMs) are increasingly turning their attention towards cybersecurity, according to a recent survey of 150 senior decision-makers in the medical device industry, the Cybellum 2022 Medical Device Security Survey Report.  As medical devices become exponentially more connected and reliant on software, regulators and government agencies are stepping up the pace in encouraging […]

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Thomas Wambera on Automotive Cybersecurity

Since the “last century”, as he puts it, Thomas Wambera has been immersed in cybersecurity for hardware, firmware, and software, mainly in the automotive industry. The veteran has been involved in a very wide range of devices and usage models from small controllers to full Level 5 autonomous vehicles. Today, as the Affiliate Business Manager […]

Chris Gates on Building the MDM Cybersecurity Strategies of Tomorrow

There are very few professionals that influenced Medical Device cybersecurity more than Chris Gates. Recently we had a chance to sit and talk with him on our podcast “Left to Our Own Devices”. Currently Director of Product Security at Velentium, a professional engineering firm specializing in the design and manufacturing of therapeutic and diagnostic active […]

US Agencies Issue Cybersecurity Advisory: Network Providers and Devices Compromised by PCR State-sponsored Hackers

A joint Cybersecurity Advisory from the National Security Agency (NSA), the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA), and the FBI, published Tuesday, June 8, outlines how state-sponsored hackers from the PCR (People’s Republic of China) have been exploiting known vulnerabilities – CVEs – to target public and private sector organizations worldwide, including in the United […]

ISO 26262 and ISO/SAE 21434: Automotive Cybersecurity Must Go Hand in Hand with Functional Safety

As the automotive industry becomes increasingly software-based, cybersecurity has become an evolution of safety, rather than a separate practice. The huge amount of code that vehicles have come to rely on presents malicious players with new attack windows that demand combining both cybersecurity and functional safety standards to automotive products and devices. ISO 26262, the […]

Jaguar Land Rover’s Felipe Fernandes on the Future of Automotive Cybersecurity

With youthful exuberance, Felipe Fernandes is advancing the cause of cybersecurity in the automotive industry, specifically with regard to increasingly connected vehicles at Jaguar Land Rover (JLR). He took some time to chart the future of secure automobiles with Cybellum on our podcast “Left to Our Own Devices”. Growing Into Automotive Security Felipe has a […]

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