- Source: Palo Alto Networks’ 2020 Unit 42 IoT Threat Report.
- Applies only to specific Philips medical device model numbers. Refer to your Philips sales representative for more details.
Cybersecurity risks are constantly evolving. No cybersecurity program can guarantee a virus free environment and other cyber vulnerabilities. Accordingly, while Philips cybersecurity programs offers a layer of mitigation against virus intrusions, it is not a guarantee against such occurrence. Philips disclaims all implied warranties of fitness for a particular purpose or merchantability as it relates to the cybersecurity service and make no guarantees. Moreover, customer shall remain solely liable for any virus intrusions to the extent arising from customer’s networks, customer’s client devices, (including desktops, laptops, tablets or phones) or non-Philips medical devices.
Security updates sometimes must be validated not to cause clinical defects in the products before being applied to equipment. Cybersecurity updates must be subject to a Philips medical device validation process for patient safety reasons. Security patches managed by Philips require the customer to make an uninterrupted connection to all equipment and that meets the bandwidth requirements for Philips to perform such process.
Philips cybersecurity programs are offered according to Philips Standard Service Terms and Conditions of Sale.