According to the Deloitte Centre for Health Solutions, the market for connectivity technologies that enable the Internet of Medical Things (IoMT) is expected to rise from an estimated $9.3 billion in 2017 to $28 billion in 2022. In its 2018 report the firm also said that “cybersecurity issues are pervasive across medtech as the increasing numbers and capability of connected medical devices present additional risk for data security” and that “medtech companies must take a ‘security by design’ approach” to managing that risk and also “need to earn the trust of providers and patients by developing strong privacy and security arrangements.”
The Thirdwayv SecureConnectivity platform is available today and has been successfully incorporated by Insulet Corporation in its Omnipod DASH™ Insulin Management System, for which Insulet received both the ISO 27001 and DTSec Cybersecurity Standard for Connected Diabetes Devices certification. The ISO 27001 certification is the international standard for information security management systems globally. The DTSec Cybersecurity Standard for Connected Diabetes Device certification is a new certification administered by the Diabetes Technology Society to ensure diabetes devices meet the highest cybersecurity standards.
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“We are delighted to have been selected by Insulet to be one of their trusted partners to help connect and protect its Omnipod DASH System,” said James Kamke, chief executive officer, Thirdwayv. “The commercial deployment of our technology in such a mission critical application is an essential step in providing the greater medical device industry with the most comprehensive smartphone-centric connectivity solutions available.”
Thirdwayv helps its customers create secure wireless IoT products and services for applications in healthcare, automotive, process automation and critical infrastructure. The company’s connectivity solutions collect and analyze critical sensor data to enrich end-user experiences and support advanced business operation.Back to HCB News