FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: ClearRoadmap® announces a new service offering for hospitals to reduce risk and improve the cyber security monitoring of medical device.

Ashburn, VA – March 30, 2017. ClearRoadmap® , a cloud based platform that enables hospitals to track issues with the medical devices they use announces, a new cyber-security service offering for hospitals to reduce risk and improve the cyber security monitoring of medical devices.

“We are on a mission to provide mHealth and Medical Device users  with a ClearRoadmap® that reduces time and costs spent accessing data for decision making.  This includes recalls and field reports of digital security problems with Medical Devices” said Vizma Carver, Founder and CEO.

According to CNBC “As Cyberthreats Multiply, Hackers now Target Medical Devices”[1] "There is no [impervious] device," Kevin Fu told CNBC's "On the Money" in an interview”.

Wired Magazine’s Article “Medical Devices Are The Next Security Nightmare” [2] documents that there are millions of existing medical devices with potential security vulnerabilities.

By leveraging Natural Language Processing (NLP)  with its proprietary integration of FDA’s 510k, PMA, DeNovo, TPLC, Recalls, MAUDE, and other datasets with clinical and efficacy trials information, ClearRoadmap®  is able to provide the medical device industry with custom, integrated alerting functions that include digital security issues.

This enables hospitals and medical system administrators to receive customized security alerts for the medical devices in use in their systems, right in their inbox, thereby reducing the time and staffing required to identify and react to these security risks.

ClearRoadmap® – is a product of Carver Global Health Group LLC, a privately owned company of seasoned executives with proven track-records pioneering life sciences, healthcare, health information technology, mobile technology, and enterprise information systems.

Contact:
ClearRoadmap Team
ClearRoadmap_info@cg-hg.com
703-943-0894
www.clearroadmap.com

[1] http://www.cnbc.com/2016/10/15/as-cyberthreats-multiply-hackers-now-target-medical-devices.html

[1] https://www.wired.com/2017/03/medical-devices-next-security-nightmare/

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