HC3 Threat Briefing TLP White: Threat Modeling for Mobile Health Systems (April 30, 2020)

  • Advances in mobile health (mHealth), respectively Io THealth, are likely to reduce costs and improve the quality of healthcare.
  • Although telehealth systems may improve the quality of healthcare, the digitalization of health records, the collection, evaluation and provisioning of patient data, and the transmission of patient data over public networks pose new privacy and security threats to patients and healthcare providers
  • Threat modeling serves as a foundation for the analysis and specification of security requirements. It involves understanding of system complexity and identification of all possible threats to the system.

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