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"Enhancing cybersecurity of connected medical devices" meeting

ENTRUST, as a co-organizer, is excited to announce an upcoming meeting that will bring together various sibling projects funded under the "Enhancing cybersecurity of connected medical devices" (HORIZON-HLTH-2022-IND-13-01) initiative.

The primary objective of this meeting is to foster collaboration and knowledge sharing among these projects, specifically regarding their preliminary research outcomes and experiences with the MDCG 2019-16 guideline.

Scheduled to take place in Brussels on July 6, the meeting holds great significance as it serves as a platform for researchers and experts to come together and contribute to the enhancement of the MDCG guideline. The collective expertise and diverse perspectives of the attendees will contribute to a comprehensive understanding of the guideline's strengths and areas that may require further improvement.

In addition to the discussions, the meeting will focus on the preparation of a whitepaper. This whitepaper will serve as a valuable resource for regulators, industry professionals, and stakeholders interested in gaining deeper insights into the practical implementation and implications of the MDCG 2019‐16 guideline.

Furthermore, the meeting will provide a unique opportunity for the sibling projects to establish and nurture ongoing collaborative activities. By leveraging their collective strengths, the projects can contribute significantly to the advancement of medical device cybersecurity and regulations and foster innovation within the industry.

ENTRUST looks forward to the meeting and the fruitful exchange of ideas, experiences, and insights that will help shape the future direction of the MDCG guideline. The ultimate goal is to improve patient safety, enhance regulatory processes, and promote the development of effective healthcare solutions.


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