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Connected-medical Devices and the Regulatory Landscape

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Within the broad realm of the Internet of Things (IoT), connected devices, smart devices, or whatever name you wish to attribute to the increasingly popular trend of connecting consumer goods of all kinds to the Internet, a “Wild West” attitude holds sway. In the same way that people rushed to stake a claim in the American West, attracted by a culture of lawlessness and self-determination, device manufacturers have introduced an incredible variety of products into this new, unregulated frontier, with security concerns often taking a back seat to new features, customer adoption, and speed to market. 

Over the past year, one IoT industry segment has received a notable—and necessary—amount of cybersecurity scrutiny, standing in stark contrast to the rest of the market: connected medical devices and equipment. Where the manufacturers of Wi-Fi connected speakers may not be too concerned with security standards, connected medical device manufacturers are facing regulatory pressures to hold themselves to a higher standard. 

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