AEHIS, MDISS collaboration focuses on medical device cybersecurity

The Association for Executives in Healthcare Information Security and the Medical Device Innovation, Safety and Security Consortium partnered up in an effort to help their members identify, mitigate and prevent cybersecurity threats to medical devices.

Under the agreement, AEHIS and MDISS will work to provide education on medical device cybersecurity, share best practices for improvement and advance vulnerability information sharing.

"Together, AEHIS and MDISS joining forces to advocate and advance better medical device security will benefit AEHIS members and MDISS stakeholders alike. Our collective voice will be powerful in improving healthcare information security practices and making patients safer," said Sean Murphy, chair of the AEHIS collaborative relationships committee  

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