The Role of Static Analysis in Management of Cybersecurity in Medical Devices

January 21, 2020

Recognizing the need for more robust security in medical devices, the FDA issued its guidance on managing cybersecurity in 2014. But the growth of wireless, networked, and internet-connected devices means that medical devices are more at risk than ever before.

The issues of patient safety and privacy also put medical devices in a category of their own.

This paper describes how static analysis plays a key role in risk management of medical device software development.

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