Stop Buying Risky Devices

Risk Avoidance

What if you knew how safe a medical device can possibly be, before you bought it? You can, by learning all the risk levels ever seen for a specific model in various deployments, including the safest one. This keeps risk out before it ever spoils an audit or adds to your breachable attack surface.

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Pre-Purchase Risk Avoidance for Medical Devices

Avoid Risk Before Purchase

New Medical Devices
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Unknown Risk

When an HDO buys a new device, they can’t tell if they are planning to buy the riskiest or the safest model from easily available information. Sometimes, choosing between multiple models can be difficult without knowing what security controls can be used.

Safest Configuration Unknown

Once a device is purchased and installed, it will have a measurable risk level. But no one can ever find that out because users don’t know about each other, and they may quantify risk differently.

Relevant Data is Dispersed

The cybersecurity information about a device is often maintained in different places. Some are only available to past buyers from manufacturers. MDS2 statements, SBOMs, and known vulnerabilities are all important but hunting for the right documentation becomes time-consuming.

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How Asimily Helps Customers Avoid Risky Purchases

Asimily Proactive (formerly ProSecure) lets customers look up devices they are considering for acquisition. In addition to a Risk Score, it displays the known security risks, Asimily’s targeted recommendations on how to mitigate them, and details on expected behavior from that device. Cybersecurity best practices learned from real deployments are also available.


The IoMT market is highly diverse. What’s needed is a broad list of devices so that potential buyers can look up the risk levels of the models that are relevant to them. Breadth of manufacturers, models, and configurations all help the next buyer make a good kind of secure decision.

Cost Saving

The most important cybersecurity information is immediately available to make an informed purchasing decision. Since not every hospital is the same, information from real-world deployments helps shape the data offered. Further, with the right security controls, an older, more affordable model can still be safe to operate.


The data sources that determine if a device can be safely configured come from multiple sources. This includes known vulnerability databases, manufacturer information (SBOMs, MDS2) and more. Having all of this information in one place can reduce the time needed to make a security assessment on a potential purchase.

CISO’s Medical Device Security Risk Assessment Guide

When procuring medical devices, a CISO medical device security risk assessment is a critical yet ill-defined step.

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Upgrading or replacing medical devices can benefit medical facilities, primarily by improving security, performance, and potential cost savings.

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