ENCINITAS, Calif. – MedCrypt has raised $1.9 million in new funding to accelerate the commercial deployment of cryptographically embedded cybersecurity software for medical device makers. “The FDA is cracking down on medical device cybersecurity by releasing more robust regulations by which medical device vendors and health care delivery organizations are required to abide,” said Mike Kijewski, CEO and co-founder of MedCrypt, in a statement. “Our solution lets these organizations protect their devices and patients with just a few lines of code.” The company’s cryptographically embedded security software helps medical device vendors build products that are secure by design and monitor behavior of these devices once they are deployed. This additional financing brings the company’s total to-date funding to $3 million.
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