With the rate and impact of ransomware attacks increasing, cybersecurity for critical infrastructure is a national priority. Power management company Eaton and global safety science leader UL are helping professionals address risks to healthcare environments in the latest Cybersecurity Perspectives virtual education session.
In this session, Eaton and UL underscore the essential need for global cybersecurity standards and endorse adoption of UL 2900 and International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC) 62443 cybersecurity standards for medical and operational technology (OT) devices, associated systems and development processes. Despite the recent spike in ransomware attacks and FDA recognition, the UL and IEC healthcare cybersecurity standards are not yet widely adopted.
Eaton’s Cybersecurity Perspectives is a virtual global forum and educational program designed to advance a more cybersecure future. Click here to learn more.