The European Cyber Security Organisation (ECSO) has launched a Cyber Solidarity Campaign for the global COVID-19 pandemic.
This paper (March 2019) investigates the issues related to the design of medical devices and the lack of security by design approaches.
This paper (February 2017) carries out a systematic review of cybersecurity trends in healthcare and identifies possible solutions cited in the literature.
This Kaspersky Security Bulletin 2019 reports on a decrease in the number of cyber-attacks in healthcare organisations, possibly in the wake of lessons learned from the Wannacry
U.S. Policy on Medical Devices: The Department of Health and Human Services, Food and Drug Administration
Medical device security risks: 19 vulnerabilities called Ripple20 have been uncovered by researchers at JSOF.
This paper (January 2013) highlights drivers for the increasing adoption of eHealth, both in terms of technology advances and legislative incentives, including the use of biometr
JRC proposes a new taxonomy on cybersecurity to support and secure the Digital Single Market and the competitiveness of European industry.
Software development guidelines for secure IoT products and services throughout their lifetime.
This paper (June 2015) describes the development of a secure and efficient authentication and authorisation architecture for IoT-based healthcare, explaining how the solution surpasses the state of
The number of cyber-attacks around the world exploded in 2020: exploiting the Covid-19 pandemic as an opportunity for cybercriminals to take advantage of the shift in focus towards smart working and hospital staff transferred to the frontline.