Securing Medical Devices

Protect and monitor devices, and comply with industry standards

Medical devices merge the physical and IT worlds.

Product security standards such as the FDA Guidance for medical/healthcare software, NISTIR 8259, UL2900, and US Executive Order 14028 require medical-device manufacturers (MDMs) to protect their medical devices against cyberattacks. MDMs should harden their connected devices and assure supply-chain security, by putting in place a defined set of controls and management processes.

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HP
Samsung
SolarEdge
Baxter
Orthoscan
APSystems
Stanley
Hitachi
LSE
HP
Samsung
SolarEdge
Baxter
Orthoscan
APSystems
Stanley
Hitachi
LSE

Authenticate all software/firmware files and updates. Protect data files.

XGuard's Allow Lists and Access Control prevent file and data tampering. Via a mechanism which is automatically created and has low performance impact, each needed application or process can be allowed to run broadly. XGuard allows restricting file operations such as remove/rename/read/write, and it also enables defining elements which are to be exempt from specific rules.

See a demo of how to automatically create Application Allow Lists and apply Access Control as part of your Linux distro, or your firmware build environments.

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Track and manage attack attempts.

XGuard

XGuard comes with an initial set of event-reporting templates for various types of security and system events (authentication, connections, commands, crashes, CPU load, file operations and more). Reports can be stored locally and/or sent to a custom server, with negligible performance impact. No time or effort is needed to develop such features as part of the device logic.

See how to automatically set up custom reporting for event detection and logging.

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Continuously and automatically manage vulnerabilities and risks.

VCode

VCode provides automated binary analysis and vulnerability management, across third-party and internally-developed binaries alike. It can be integrated into the CI/CD pipeline, and it is continually updated with new vulnerabilities. VCode identifies the Software Bill of Materials (SBOM), as well as security vulnerabilities, misconfigurations, authentication glitches and risky tools.

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Perform adequate security testing.

Karamba’s Penetration Testing services enable device manufacturers to cost-effectively validate their product release prior to production. Embracing the continuous pen-testing approach, the services follow the shift-left practice which recommends starting pen testing early – including at the development stage.

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Learn more about Karamba products for medical devices

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XGuard for Medical Devices Solution Brief

Read about the products of XGuard Suite and how they protect medical devices.

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VCode for Medical Devices

Aligned to Agile SDLC, VCode helps MDMs validate their code continuously.

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