NXP FTF 2016: Security, criticality, and connected healthcare with QNX

May 26, 2016 Embedded Computing Design

In no other industry is the impact of connected device/system security more important than healthcare. The requirements for connected medical devices, and the data they transmit and store, are therefore extremely stringent, but those requirements vary across geographies as certain countries approach data privacy and security differently. In this interview with Steven Dean, Director of Healthcare at QNX Software Systems, he describes the multiple layers of security required for connected medical devices, as well as network capabilities available today for the healthcare segment.

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