HIT: Why Healthcare Orgs Should Pay Attention to the U.S. Cyber Trust Mark
The recently proposed U.S. Cyber Trust Mark is a voluntary cybersecurity labeling program operated by the FCC. It will initially provide IoT manufacturers with a certification label that signifies their compliance with cybersecurity guidelines and best practices—while providing consumers with more confidence when purchasing internet-connected devices. While the program won’t be implemented until the end of 2024 at the earliest and, as currently proposed, will cover only consumer-grade IoT devices, the government taking an active stance in establishing IoT security standards is significant. This development also undoes some of the disappointment that proponents of medical device security standards felt a year ago when IoMT cybersecurity requirements were stripped out of the FDA appropriations bill.
Why Healthcare Organizations Should Pay Attention to the New U.S. Cyber Trust Mark
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