[Owasp-leaders] medical device security

Andrew van der Stock vanderaj at owasp.org
Wed Jul 27 02:36:55 UTC 2016


Great work, Tom

Some things I've noticed:

The defensive programming stuff in there is good; but I would have loved to
have seen more resiliency being promoted rather than just alarming and
detection. Many devices need to keep on working in the face of attack, and
the people they notify might be nurses or techs, rather than security
specialists. I would have loved to have seen more on how to code on keeping
going in the face of utterly hostile attempts on the device.

It's a shame it didn't make any references to OWASP other than your and
Jonathan's affiliation. A lot of the topics covered in there are also
covered by us, and we have good materials for that. Hopefully, we can
either address this at OWASP by having content that is suited to this
material, or provide insight into our current material that this document
tries to cover.

A good first start, however. Good job! :)

thanks
Andrew

On Wed, Jul 27, 2016 at 11:30 AM, Tom Brennan - OWASP <tomb at owasp.org>
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> Recently a unique team of people were invited to work on standards to
> drive medical device security.  The output from this project is now
> publicly available and I wanted to share our work now that it is
> public with the global OWASP community.
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> http://cybersecurity.ieee.org/images/files/images/pdf/building-code-for-medica-device-software-security.pdf
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