The FAQs on encryption, FIPS 140 and medical devices

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emergo-1x1By Stewart Eisenhart, Emergo Group

As cybersecurity vulnerabilities become a more urgent concern for the medical device industry, encryption requirements are emerging as a key tool to address medical device cybersecurity concerns. In the US, compliance with the FIPS 140-2 standard can help manufacturers of network-connected devices and software demonstrate encryption capabilities able to protect patient and user data.

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