In addition to releasing the proposed guidance this week, the FDA announced a formalized agreement with the Department of Homeland Security to implement a new framework for greater collaboration between the two agencies for addressing cybersecurity in medical devices.”From my vantage point, it looks like everyone in the medical device security community is happy to see stronger premarket recommendations and a more formal relationship between the FDA and DHS,” says Ben Ransford, CEO and co-founder of healthcare cybersecurity firm Virta Labs. “Clear delegations of responsibility make incident response easier.”

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