AAMI News August 2017, Volume 52, Issue 8
The average American receives more than 100 emails per day, one of which probably contains a malicious link or attachment, according to experts.
If the global ransomware attacks over the past few months have taught the healthcare industry anything, it’s that no one is safe.
Promising a “modern and efficient” regulatory process, the head of the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) announced a pilot program aimed at supporting the development of digital health technologies.
Leaders of several standards development organizations, including AAMI, hosted an event on Capitol Hill on July 11 to highlight the importance of standards.
- News in Brief
- Cybersecurity Task Force Highlights Hurdles Facing Healthcare
- Seven Tips for Protecting Devices against Cyberattacks
- Don't Get Hooked by Malware
- Patch Management Tips Every HDO Should Know
- Cybersecurity Is an Issue that Crosses HTM-IT Divide
- Security Expert Highlights Future Threat to Closed-Loop Devices
- Tech World: Teamwork Strengthens Cybersecurity for One Hospital System
- The Big Picture: Medical Cart Battery Fires
- The Origins of Cybercrime and Cybersecurity
- In Changing World, IT Skills Keep HTM Connected, Relevant
- Member News: One on One with Renee Bailey
- Volunteer Spotlight: Erin Sparnon
- Members on the Move
- Spotlight on Standards: Update to Major Steam Sterilization Standard Completed
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