This document outlines a team approach, starting with the health care organization leadership setting the expectations and cyber-risk mitigation tone for the project. When executive leadership empowers information technology, operational technology and facilities professionals, an effective cyber-risk mitigation plan can be enacted. A thoughtful cyber-risk process addresses the safety, efficiency and compliance goals of the health care facility.
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Feb 12, 2020
The American Society for Health Care Engineering (ASHE) and Koffel Associates performed a study to investigate the hazards posed by non-sprinkler system components being supported by and/or touching sprinkler pipes.