The internet of things (IoT) has been a significant advancement in technology, modernizing repetitive tasks, streamlining data collection, and providing new ways to collect, interpret and disseminate information. Numerous industries have benefited from advancements in IoT technology, including healthcare. Medical IoT (MIoT) has deployed several devices, including internet-connected sleep apnea machines, blood pressure regulators, glucose monitors and mobile echocardiogram and heart rate monitors. The advancement in MIoT has revolutionized the treatment of care. Both treatment facilities and patients perform a significant amount of care solutions from their homes, saving the patient time and money. The integration of technology to maintain potential life-sustaining functions within the patients comes with the challenge of ensuring that data integrity and patient safety are not compromised.
Identify emerging threats towards medical wearable devices.
Identify key risk factors and threats towards medical treatment facilities and users.
Learn different strategies to protect users and medical treatment facilities and wearable devices.