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Friday, December 18, 2020
B. Braun ensures high security standards throughout the product life cycle by using globally accepted standard test and verification methods. We have established processes to monitor the latest vulnerabilities, threats, or risks and will proactively implement measures as required.
Cybersecurity firm Forescout Research Labs has discovered a new set of 33 major vulnerabilities in Internet of Things (IOT), operational technology (OT) and IT devices impacting four widely used open-source TCP/IP stacks. These vulnerabilities reside in the uIP, FNET, picoTCP and Nut/Net stacks, which serve as foundational connectivity components for millions of IoT, OT, networking and IT devices. Four of these vulnerabilities are critical and allow for remote code execution.
B. Braun’s first analysis determined that NONE of our connected devices
As our clinical IT solutions are installed on standard Windows Servers, we highly recommend reviewing Microsoft’s recommendations and advises concerning the issue. Our B.Braun security team is also available to support if questions arise.
Website Forescout Labs – Security Researcher AMNESIA:33 - Forescout
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