TÜV Rheinland has introduced new security consulting and remediation services for medical device manufacturers to help enhance the security of their devices and fulfill the Federal Drug Administration’s (FDA) recent guideline on cybersecurity of medical devices. The portfolio of services, including assessment, testing and remediation services, will also help manufacturers meet healthcare provider purchase requirements, reduce risks, protect company brand and reputation, and get products to market faster.
The new service is a result of collaboration between TÜV Rheinland, a 142-year global testing and certification organization, and OpenSky Corporation, a leading provider of information technology (IT) consulting services. TÜV Rheinland acquired OpenSky in January 2014 to make possible such innovative solutions for the benefit of the customer. TÜV Rheinland has extensive expertise in medical device testing and regulations, and OpenSky brings to the table its IT security know-how.
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