This white paper presents basic guidelines for source code reviews to assist litigation teams in negotiating the terms of protective orders, to improve cost estimates, and to enable technical experts to streamline their analysis.
As more medical devices leverage phones and other consumer devices, are they introducing more risk to patients? We’ll go inside a conceptual hack and explore the impact of the crossover between unregulated third-party devices and smart medical devices.
The common vulnerability scoring system is a valuable tool, but how strictly should medical organizations rely on it? When assessing medical and healthcare technology, does it bring enough information, or does it fall short?
HarborLabs’ CEO, Nick Yuran, was recently interviewed about misconceptions and concerns around the FDA’s new policies on wireless management of infusion pumps. Here are his thoughts regarding the interview and the overall risks involved.
Your Protective Order could set the stage for a successful code review and case or a long, arduous process. How do you ensure your analysts have the best access and avoid hardships as they look to help build your case?
HarborLabs provided extensive technical litigation support to Apple in their recent case against Epic. Learn more about the case, our contribution, and read excerpts of the testimony provided by HarborLabs Chief Scientist, Dr. Avi Rubin.
As part of our Medical Device Security services, HarborLabs assisted a leading manufacturer to help resolve a security issue that was impeding regulatory approvals and corporate business objectives. Learn more about this case and our services.
As part of our Medical Device Security services, HarborLabs was contracted by a manufacturer of a specialized surgical robotics system to conduct a pre-market cyberthreat analysis in support of their 510(k) submission. Learn more about this case and our services.