Ready For Diabetes Managed Smart Devices? Security And Safety Concerns Only Thing Standing In The Way
There are smart options to help you deal with diabetes. Are these devices which help you measure your glucose levels and manage the charts with your results safe?
The Diabetes Technology Society (DTS) announced last month that their committee, focused on device security and safety standards have developed new guidelines for use of mobile devices in diabetes control contexts.
Manufacturers of medical devices using apps will find these guidelines of great help as they strive to embed good cybersecurity into their developed products. Unfortunately, this document also talks about issues with security that the smartphone-controlled devices could come across.
The day is not too far off when these apps can be used as remote controls to deliver insulin. DTMoSt aims to make sure that enough security measures are in place to protect the diabetes patients. The use of apps as remote controls for insulin delivery may not be too off in the future. DTMoSt ascertains threats like app-based attacks, malicious remote, and resource starvation and offers help and assistance to regulators, developers, and other stakeholders.
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