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Health Sector Coordinating Council
Legacy and Endpoint Protection
Critical Infrastructure Security & Resilience Partnership
Pharmaceutical & Cybersecurity Trainings
Global Business Consulting
Software Bill of Materials
Privacy, Security & Health
Byos' helps Healthcare IT and Networking teams better secure, control, and access medical devices, replacing legacy network security technologies like VPNs and firewalls. Byos enables medical devices to connect to the network wirelessly over Wi-Fi, effectively making them invisible to the network and eliminating the exposure to the typical threats targeting these types of devices. Byos also streamlines secure remote access letting admins manage medical devices without exposure to the internet, reducing expensive on site technician time. If you'd like to learn more about it, visit https://byos.io or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
DiMe Society has a new education course, “Applied Digital Health Ethics” to professionals working across the field of digital health. This new course will be the third offered by DiMe’s Digital Medicine Academy, building on a CME offering for physicians and an enterprise offering “Digital Medicine Fundamentals for Pharma” that already boasts learners from the top 10 pharma and leading CROs. As an important Biohacking Village member and contributor to the digital health field, we are thrilled to offer you a special $50 discount on
DiMe’s $79 course. Visit the course site and use the code “BHVETHICS” to receive your discount.
The Digital Medicine Society (DiMe) has announced a new course that
presents foundational digital health ethics knowledge to all stakeholders in digital medicine.
The course aims to equip everyone working in digital health – from digital health innovators and computer scientists, to practicing clinicians and healthcare executives, to policymakers and VC investors – with the benefits and risks of harm associated with the digitization of healthcare.
By creating a common, shared understanding of “what good looks like” for digital health ethics, we are better positioned to build the tools, infrastructure, and processes needed to improve the way we care for people in the digital era of health.
Advances in networked healthcare technology and clinical workflows have created transformational opportunities in patient care and health care operations and services. Patients and professionals benefit from easy access to information and the ability to communicate, analyze, decide, and best track the health of individuals and populations.
What is needed, particularly among smaller providers and academic institutions within the healthcare profession, are ready-made training resources that make tangible connections between good cybersecurity hygiene practices and real-world clinical situations. The “Cybersecurity for the Clinician” video series was produced for that purpose.
“Cybersecurity for the Clinician” is a free, public-service resource, without copyright, developed by the Health Sector Coordinating Council Cybersecurity Working Group - a coalition of healthcare providers, medical technology, pharmaceutical, payers and health IT companies working with the government to identify and mitigate cyber threats to the healthcare system.
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Software Bill of Materials (SBOM)
Medcrypt's Heimdall pulls vulnerability data from the National Vulnerability Database (NVD) to Get Insights in Seconds for you to reconcile devices impacted by a particular vulnerability in seconds. Contact Vidya@medcrypt.co Complies with CISA's scaling and operationalization. An SBOM-related concept is the Vulnerability Exploitability eXchange (VEX). A VEX document is an attestation, a form of a security advisory that indicates whether a product or
products are affected by a known vulnerability or vulnerabilities. For more information on how to receive updates or join in on the efforts around VEX, please contact SBOM@cisa.dhs.gov.
From application and network security to low-level advanced device security, Protiviti provides full coverage of the medical device stack and its associated infrastructure. Protiviti also aids MDMs by “shifting left” and introducing security testing early into the Product Development Lifecycle including threat modeling, SBOM, source code review, unit testing, and various other DevSecOps activities. Lastly, our experts are well-versed in the regulatory requirements specific to medical devices and are strategically positioned to help organizations meet compliance requirements including FDA, ISO 27001, HDH, Hitrust and others.
"At SLNT® we believe in the right to disconnect. We create signal-blocking products to protect your devices, and protect you from your devices. Go Well, Go SLNT."
Visit SLNT.com to learn about their products. Discount code BHV10 for 10% off, valid until August 10, 2023.