EU Lags Behind US In Device Cybersecurity Guidance, But Harmonization On Horizon
This article was originally published in Clinica
The US FDA appears to be ahead of the EU in the effort to issue guidelines specific to medical device cybersecurity. But experts say regulators in the EU are likely to eventually harmonize as part of a global effort to address cybersecurity risks.
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