ResMed strives to protect information in accordance with all applicable laws and regulations. In order to achieve a suitable level of cybersecurity, ResMed focuses on the following activities where appropriate:
Security by Design
Secure Systems Development
System Risk Assessment
URGENT/11 Security Vulnerabilities
On July 29 2019, the URGENT/11 set of vulnerabilities in Real-Time Operating Systems was made public. If exploited these vulnerabilities could interfere with the function of medical devices, particularly within hospital networks.
We have examined our devices and can confirm that the vulnerable Operating Systems are not in use within our medical devices and that we are not exposed to this set of vulnerabilities.
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