Our commitment to cybersecurity
Hospitals today face increasingly frequent and costly cybersecurity threats. At Spacelabs, we are committed to ensuring the safety, security, and integrity of our products. To this end, we employ a standards-based approach for continual improvements in the security of our products and systems, and to protect the confidentiality, integrity, and availability of patient information.
Spacelabs has developed a cybersecurity program that is based on National Institute of Standards and Technology’s 800-53 requirements, and augmented as required by the DISA Secure Technical Implementation Guidance (STIG).
We continually analyze our products in collaboration with customers, regulatory agencies, and external experts to identify and address potential vulnerabilities.
Manufacturer Disclosure Statement for Medical Device Security (MDS²)
Spacelabs provides information to our customers to help assess and address vulnerabilities associated with products that store or transmit electronic PHI. Use the MDS² Request Form to request model-specific MDS² information and security practice recommendations for your Spacelabs products.
Third-party software patch testing
Spacelabs Healthcare adheres to industry standard software practices and conducts software patch testing as part of our secure software development lifecycle.
Patch test information and recommendations are available on our website to verified Spacelabs customers. To register for access, complete the Security Information Request Form. Once your request is approved, you will receive an email from the Spacelabs Helpdesk with login and passcode information.