Internet of Medical Things (IoMT) Security

Premarket and postmarket cybersecurity for connected medical devices

45% of healthcare executives see a significant risk in IoT devices, and with just reason. A connected drug pump attacked through memory overflow could allow attackers to tamper with the device, damaging its integrity and threatening patients’ lives. Similarly, a blood-gas analyzer infiltrated by malware could lead to lateral movement and extraction of sensitive patient data. Attacks like these not only pose threats to patients but also make device developers and health providers liable, damaging their reputation and shareholder equity.

Whether it’s a stationary, ambient, wearable or implanted device, it must be secure.

Our engine automatically provides the blueprints for premarket security by design, security gap analysis, hardening guidance, and implementation validation. Assuring devices are ready to comply with industry regulations with lists of related vulnerabilities, Cybersecurity Bill of Materials (CBoM) and more. Our physical and digital security certification will help you gain health provider and user trust, while our solutions for postmarket protection will keep you secure from and up to date with the latest attacks and vulnerabilities.

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Our platform’s benefits

Requirement & vulnerabilities
Understand and track what security requirements, threats, and vulnerabilities are related to your devices
Automated guidance
Receive step-by-step guidance on how to solve your devices’ open security issues
Security certification
Receive an objective third party certification stating that the security of your devices is aligned with leading standards
Tailored security agent
Keep your devices protected from zero-day vulnerabilities with our automatically tailored agent
Threat intelligence
Prepare mitigation for device-specific attack methods, predict future attacks, and reveal new vulnerabilities

See VDOO’s security platform at work!

Read an in-depth description of how our solution can improve the security state of medical devices premarket and postmarket