ICU Medical Cyber Security Updates

At ICU Medical, we take our responsibility for developing safe and effective products very seriously, and we’re committed to proactively addressing any cyber security threats that could impact our products or our customers. We take industry-leading measures to ensure our devices are secure, and to harden our systems in the face of new and mounting cyber-attacks.  We partner with government agencies to help drive medical device cyber security standards, and collaborate with other medical device manufacturers to pressure-test our processes and preparedness against real-life cyber threats. The safety and security of our devices is of paramount importance, and this focus on patient safety remains our unwavering commitment to our customers.

Please see our latest security updates below:

Axeda Agent and Axeda Desktop Server Vulnerabilities VU#285905

Mar 8, 2022

ICU Medical Apache Log4j Software Vulnerability Notice

Jan 6, 2022

ICU Medical Cybersecurity Bulletin - CADD®-Solis Wireless Communication Module

July 2, 2020

ICU Medical products unaffected by FDA and CISA "URGENT/11" vulnerabilities

October 16, 2019

General Customer Information for Spectre and Meltdown - Cyber Security Engineering Products Security Bulletin 2018 Jan 12.1

January 12, 2018

Medfusion Syringe Pump Model 4000 V1.6.1 Firmware Update Notice

December 08, 2017

Medfusion 4000 Cyber Security Statement

September 07, 2017

Product Security Service Bulletin for Petya Ransomware

July 07, 2017 

WannaCry Malware Infection & Outbreak Statement

May 17, 2017

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