The FDA now requires medical devices to be secured against cyberattacks

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has confirmed plans to require manufacturers of smart medical devices to meet new cybersecurity measures as more IoT medical devices enter the market.

The carry (opens in a new tab) it will also give the FDA approval to enforce new cybersecurity standards and even reject applications before new medical devices are launched on the market starting March 29, 2023 – three months after the signing of the Collective Measures Act.

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