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Cybersecurity for Connected Diabetes Devices

Added on -2019-09-16

This article discusses the risks associated with data flow and commands of diabetes devices and how to enhance their cybersecurity. It also talks about the main cybersecurity course for insulin pumps and the need for a Cybersecurity Standard for Connected Diabetes Devices Program.
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Cybersecurity1Insulin Pumps & HacksSubmitted ByCourseProfessorDate
Cybersecurity2AbstractDiabetes devices are progressively associated remotely to each other and also to data readerdevices. Risks that are associated with data flow as well as commands can have the functions ofthe diabetic devices and also keep the clients in danger of wellbeing complications. Thecybersecurity of associated diabetes devices is important to look after classification, integrity aswell as accessibility of the information and the commands given to the devices. These devicescould be hacked by the unauthorized operators and furthermore by patients themselves to removeinformation that are not consequently given result programming. The unauthorized access toassociated diabetes devices has been reenacted and could occur as possible. Cybersecuritystandard outlined particularly for associated diabetes devices and enhance the security of theseitems as well as enhance the certainty of clients that the items will be secure. (Klonoff, D., C.,2015).IntroductionThe diabetic devices are utilized for observing as well as overseeing diabetes give the advantagesto save the lives of patients and viable usage alternatives to healthcare suppliers. These diabeticdevices incorporate blood and constant glucose monitor, insulin pumps, pens as well as otherinsulin providing devices, and also close the loop that is artificial pancreas frameworks. Whilehaving enhanced availability and exchanging data between these diabetes devices to otherdevices like using mobile phones, and the Internet, there is an enhanced risk to the security andprivacy of the patient and to the uprightness of the healthcare supplier. (DTSec StandardVersion, 2016).

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