MDISS works to advance public health and patient safety by helping members assess and improve medical devices in complex multi-vendor networks.
"Medical devices are untouched, so to speak, from a mitigation standpoint. MDISS helped us build more realistic testing environments that help us find medical device vulnerabilities and follow best practices for medical device cybersecurity. With patient safety as our shared focus, MDISS initiatives will allow Manufacturers and Healthcare Delivery Organizations to better defend against and mitigate threats to critical healthcare infrastructure."
"MDISS's deep device expertise & assessment platforms help NH-ISAC advance the security of the health sector overall. That means our shared membership can better prepare for -- and respond to -- cyber threats."
"MDISS initiatives dramatically improve access to medical device security know-how, while protecting patient privacy and the intellectual property of our various stakeholders. Solid network security governance supports an international-scale network of cyber research and training centers of excellence (like MDISS WHISTL), designed especially for medical device designers, hospital IT, and clinical engineering professionals."
Developed in partnership with the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, the
A national network of medical device cyber-ranges and interoperability labs, specifically designed for clinical engineers, hospital procurement leads and security researchers. MDISS members can build and stress-test complex, multi-vendor device environments to emulate modern operating theatres and other critical-care environments.
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PARTICIPATING ORGANIZATIONS INCLUDE: US Food & Drug Administration • US Dept of Homeland Security • US Dept of Health and Human Services • George Mason University • NH-ISAC • New York University • Intuitive Surgical • Crowell & Moring • Dorsey & Whitney LLP • National Security Institute • Boston Scientific • Novasano