Medjacking Home Cybersecurity Dictionary Medjacking Medjacking – or medical device hijacking – refers to the hacking a critical medical device. Many devices currently in use – anything that’s linked to a wireless network – is potentially susceptible, and the hundreds of at-risk technologies include MRI systems and implantables like pacemakers and insulin pumps. A compromised device could potentially be used to access a hospital’s network to initiate a ransomware attack, threaten a patients' life or steal PHI or critical organizational data. Related TermsIoT - Internet Of Things Share: Seeking Clarity? View the Cybersecurity Dictionary for top terms searched by your peers. Back to the Dictionary RELATED INSIGHTS BLOG October 19, 2017 PCI Compliance Every Day – Requirement 11 The most widely known requirements in PCI DSS 3.2 section 11 with a timing implication are the quarterly external and internal vulnerability scans (11... See Details Read more about PCI Compliance Every Day – Requirement 11 BLOG October 29, 2018 Leveraging Risk Strategy to Move Beyond Check-Box PCI Compliance Merchants often put compliance spending at the top of their list for budgeting purposes because the consequences of non-compliance can be expensive. F... See Details Read more about Leveraging Risk Strategy to Move Beyond Check-Box PCI Compliance DOWNLOAD October 22, 2018 PCI Compliance Does Not Always Equal Security Learn how a risk-centric approach can be applied to each PCI requirement. See Details Read more about PCI Compliance Does Not Always Equal Security How Can We Help? Let us know what you need, and we will have an Optiv professional contact you shortly.