Updated: Dec 20, 2021
When most think of digital forensics, they imagine phone data or video footage. Rarely do we consider medical devices. But the wealth of personal information collected on such devices is intimate and staggering.
From dialysis machines storing years of hundreds of patients’ health data to pacemakers that keep track of individual movements, medical devices are potential key sources of information for investigations. Connect these devices to a larger network, and the threat of tampering expands.
At VTO, we see these capacities and are charging ahead into research and testing of medical equipment and the data they hold.