A Proposed Approach to the Revision of IEC 80001-1 Following Annex SL

@inproceedings{MacMahon2017APA,
  title={A Proposed Approach to the Revision of IEC 80001-1 Following Annex SL},
  author={Silvana Togneri MacMahon and Todd Cooper and Fergal McCaffery},
  booktitle={SPICE},
  year={2017}
}
IEC 80001-1 was published in 2010 and is now undergoing revision. Feedback gathered on the adoption of the standard has revealed a number of barriers that have impacted its adoption. The standard provides requirements related to the roles, responsibilities and activities that need to be performed for the risk management of medical IT networks. One reported barrier is a lack of drivers to motivate Top Management to implement the standard. In addition, there is a lack of alignment between IT and… 

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