Health informatics - Device interoperability - Part 40102: Foundational - Cybersecurity - Capabilities for mitigation (ISO/IEEE 11073-40102:2022)

Within the context of secure plug-and-play interoperability, cybersecurity is the process and capability of
preventing unauthorized access or modification, misuse, denial of use, or the unauthorized use of information that is stored on, accessed from, or transferred to and from a PHD/PoCD. The capability part of cybersecurity is information security controls related to both digital data and the relationships to safety and usability. For PHDs/PoCDs, this standard defines a security baseline of application layer cybersecurity mitigation techniques for certain use cases or for times when certain criteria are met. This standard provides a scalable information security toolbox appropriate for PHD/PoCD interfaces, which fulfills the intersection of requirements and recommendations from National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) and the European Network and Information Security Agency (ENISA). This standard maps to the NIST cybersecurity framework [B15]; IEC TR 80001-2-2 [B8]; and the Spoofing, Tampering, Repudiation, Information Disclosure, Denial of Service, and Elevation of Privilege (STRIDE) classification scheme. The mitigation techniques are based on the extended CIA triad (Clause 4) and are described generally to allow manufacturers to determine the most appropriate algorithms and implementations.

Medizinische Informatik - Geräteinteroperabilität - Teil 40102: Grundlagen - Cybersicherheit - Möglichkeiten zur Schadensbegrenzung (ISO/IEEE 11073-40102:2022)

Informatique de santé - Interopérabilité des dispositifs - Partie 40102: Fondamentaux - Cybersécurité - Capacités d'atténuation (ISO/IEEE 11073-40102:2022)

Zdravstvena informatika - Interoperabilnost naprav - 40102. del: Temeljno - Kibernetska varnost - Sposobnosti za ublažitev (ISO/IEEE 11073-40102:2022)

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SLOVENSKI STANDARD
SIST EN ISO/IEEE 11073-40102:2022
01-julij-2022
Zdravstvena informatika - Interoperabilnost naprav - 40102. del: Temeljno -
Kibernetska varnost - Sposobnosti za ublažitev (ISO/IEEE 11073-40102:2022)

Health informatics - Device interoperability - Part 40102: Foundational - Cybersecurity -

Capabilities for mitigation (ISO/IEEE 11073-40102:2022)

Informatique de santé - Interopérabilité des dispositifs - Partie 40102: Fondamentaux -

Cybersécurité - Capacités d'atténuation (ISO/IEEE 11073-40102:2022)
Ta slovenski standard je istoveten z: EN ISO/IEEE 11073-40102:2022
ICS:
35.240.80 Uporabniške rešitve IT v IT applications in health care
zdravstveni tehniki technology
SIST EN ISO/IEEE 11073-40102:2022 en,fr,de

2003-01.Slovenski inštitut za standardizacijo. Razmnoževanje celote ali delov tega standarda ni dovoljeno.

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EUROPEAN STANDARD
40102
NORME EUROPÉENNE
EUROPÄISCHE NORM
March 2022
ICS 35.240.80
English Version
Health informatics - Device interoperability - Part 40102:
Foundational - Cybersecurity - Capabilities for mitigation
(ISO/IEEE 11073-40102:2022)

Informatique de santé - Interopérabilité des dispositifs Medizinische Informatik - Geräteinteroperabilität - Teil

- Partie 40102: Fondamentaux - Cybersécurité - 40102: Grundlagen - Cybersicherheit - Möglichkeiten

Capacités d'atténuation (ISO/IEEE 11073-40102:2022) zur Schadensbegrenzung (ISO/IEEE 11073-

40102:2022)
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European foreword

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The text of ISO/IEEE 11073-40102:2022 has been approved by CEN as EN ISO/IEEE 11073-

40102:2022 without any modification.
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INTERNATIONAL ISO/IEEE
STANDARD 11073-40102
First edition
2022-03
Health informatics — Device
interoperability —
Part 40102:
Foundational — Cybersecurity —
Capabilities for mitigation
Informatique de santé — Interopérabilité des dispositifs —
Partie 40102: Fondamentaux — Cybersécurité — Capacités
d'atténuation
Reference number
ISO/IEEE 11073-40102:2022(E)
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IEEE Std 11073-40102™-2020
Health informatics—Device interoperability
Part 40102:
Foundational—Cybersecurity—
Capabilities for mitigation
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Abstract: For Personal Health Devices (PHDs) and Point-of-Care Devices (PoCDs), a security

baseline of application layer cybersecurity mitigation techniques is defined by this standard for

certain use cases or for times when certain criteria are met. The mitigation techniques are based

on an extended confidentiality, integrity, and availability (CIA) triad and are described generally to

allow manufacturers to determine the most appropriate algorithms and implementations. A scalable

information security toolbox appropriate for PHD/PoCD interfaces is specified that fulfills the

intersection of requirements and recommendations from the National Institute of Standards and

Technology (NIST) and the European Network and Information Security Agency (ENISA). A

mapping of this standard to the NIST cybersecurity framework; IEC TR 80001-2-2; and the

Spoofing, Tampering, Repudiation, Information Disclosure, Denial of Service, and Elevation of

Privilege (STRIDE) classification scheme is defined.

Keywords: cybersecurity, IEEE 11073-40102™, medical device communication, mitigation

techniques, Personal Health Devices, Point-of-Care Devices
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Daidi Zhong, Chair
Michael Kirwan and Christoph Fischer, Vice Chairs
Karsten Aalders Cory Condek Shu Han
Charles R. Abbruscato Todd H. Cooper Nathaniel Hamming
Nabil Abujbara David Cornejo Rickey L. Hampton
Maher Abuzaid Douglas Coup Sten Hanke
James Agnew Nigel Cox Aki Harma
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Muhammad Asim Sushil K. Deka Jun-Ho Her
Kit August Ciro de la Vega Helen B. Hernandez
Doug Baird Pedro de-las-Heras-Quiros Timothy L. Hirou
David Baker Jim Dello Stritto Allen Hobbs
Anindya Bakshi Kent Dicks Alex Holland
Abira Balanadarasan Hyoungho Do Arto Holopainen
Ananth Balasubramanian Jonathan Dougherty Kris Holtzclaw
Sunlee Bang Xiaolian Duan Robert Hoy
M. Jonathan Barkley Sourav Dutta Anne Huang
Gilberto Barrón Jakob Ehrensvard Zhiyong Huang
David Bean Fredrik Einberg Ron Huby
John Bell Javier Escayola Calvo David Hughes
Olivia Bellamou-Huet Mark Estes Robert D. Hughes
Rudy Belliardi Leonardo Estevez Jiyoung Huh
Daniel Bernstein Bosco T. Fernandes Hugh Hunter
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Chris Biernacki Joseph W. Forler Atsushi Ito
Ola Björsne Russell Foster Michael Jaffe
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Julius Broma John Garguilo Tomio Kamioka
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Bernard Burg Rick Geimer Kei Kariya
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Jeremy Byford-Rew Ferenc Gerbovics Junzo Kashihara
Satya Calloji Alan Godfrey Colin Kennedy
Carole C. Carey Nicolae Goga Ralph Kent
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Ramesh Krishna Hanna Park Hermanni Suominen
Geoffrey Kruse Jong-Tae Park Lee Surprenant
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Miguel Martínez de Bill Saltzstein Jerry P. Wang
Espronceda Cámara Giovanna Sannino Yao Wang
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SLOVENSKI STANDARD
oSIST prEN ISO/IEEE 11073-40102:2021
01-november-2021
Zdravstvena informatika - Interoperabilnost naprav - 40102. del: Temeljno -
Kibernetska varnost - Sposobnosti za ublažitev (ISO/IEEE FDIS 11073-40102:2021)

Health informatics - Device interoperability - Part 40102: Foundational - Cybersecurity -

Capabilities for mitigation (ISO/IEEE FDIS 11073-40102:2021)
(ISO/IEEE FDIS 11073-40102:2021)

Informatique de santé - Interopérabilité des dispositifs - Partie 40102: Fondamentaux -

Cybersécurité - Capacités d'atténuation (ISO/IEEE FDIS 11073-40102:2021)
Ta slovenski standard je istoveten z: prEN ISO/IEEE 11073-40102
ICS:
35.240.80 Uporabniške rešitve IT v IT applications in health care
zdravstveni tehniki technology
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2003-01.Slovenski inštitut za standardizacijo. Razmnoževanje celote ali delov tega standarda ni dovoljeno.

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Health informatics—Device interoperability
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Abstract: For Personal Health Devices (PHDs) and Point-of-Care Devices (PoCDs), a security

baseline of application layer cybersecurity mitigation techniques is defined by this standard for

certain use cases or for times when certain criteria are met. The mitigation techniques are based

on an extended confidentiality, integrity, and availability (CIA) triad and are described generally to

allow manufacturers to determine the most appropriate algorithms and implementations. A scalable

information security toolbox appropriate for PHD/PoCD interfaces is specified that fulfills the

intersection of requirements and recommendations from the National Institute of Standards and

Technology (NIST) and the European Network and Information Security Agency (ENISA). A

mapping of this standard to the NIST cybersecurity framework; IEC TR 80001-2-2; and the

Spoofing, Tampering, Repudiation, Information Disclosure, Denial of Service, and Elevation of

Privilege (STRIDE) classification scheme is defined.

Keywords: cybersecurity, IEEE 11073-40102™, medical device communication, mitigation

techniques, Personal Health Devices, Point-of-Care Devices
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Daidi Zhong, Chair
Michael Kirwan and Christoph Fischer, Vice Chairs
Karsten Aalders Cory Condek Shu Han
Charles R. Abbruscato Todd H. Cooper Nathaniel Hamming
Nabil Abujbara David Cornejo Rickey L. Hampton
Maher Abuzaid Douglas Coup Sten Hanke
James Agnew Nigel Cox Aki Harma
Manfred Aigner Hans Crommenacker Jordan Hartmann
Jorge Alberola Tomio Crosley Kai Hassing
David Aparisi Allen Curtis Avi Hauser
Lawrence Arne Jesús Daniel Trigo Wolfgang Heck
Diego B. Arquillo Nathaniel Heintzman
David Davenport
Serafin Arroyo Russell Davis Charles Henderson
Muhammad Asim Sushil K. Deka Jun-Ho Her
Kit August Ciro de la Vega Helen B. Hernandez
Doug Baird Pedro de-las-Heras-Quiros Timothy L. Hirou
David Baker Jim Dello Stritto Allen Hobbs
Anindya Bakshi Kent Dicks Alex Holland
Abira Balanadarasan Hyoungho Do Arto Holopainen
Ananth Balasubramanian Jonathan Dougherty Kris Holtzclaw
Sunlee Bang Xiaolian Duan Robert Hoy
M. Jonathan Barkley Sourav Dutta Anne Huang
Gilberto Barrón Jakob Ehrensvard Zhiyong Huang
David Bean Fredrik Einberg Ron Huby
John Bell Javier Escayola Calvo David Hughes
Olivia Bellamou-Huet Mark Estes Robert D. Hughes
Rudy Belliardi Leonardo Estevez Jiyoung Huh
Daniel Bernstein Bosco T. Fernandes Hugh Hunter
George A. Bertos Morten Flintrup Philip O. Isaacson
Chris Biernacki Joseph W. Forler Atsushi Ito
Ola Björsne Russell Foster Michael Jaffe
Thomas Blackadar Eric Freudenthal Praduman Jain
Thomas Bluethner Matthias Frohner Hu Jin
Douglas P. Bogia Ken Fuchs Danny Jochelson
Xavier Boniface Jing Gao Akiyoshi Kabe
Shannon Boucousis Marcus Garbe Steve Kahle
Julius Broma John Garguilo Tomio Kamioka
Lyle G. Bullock, Jr. Liang Ge James J. Kang
Bernard Burg Rick Geimer Kei Kariya
Chris Burns Igor Gejdos Andy Kaschl
Jeremy Byford-Rew Ferenc Gerbovics Junzo Kashihara
Satya Calloji Alan Godfrey Colin Kennedy
Carole C. Carey Nicolae Goga Ralph Kent
Craig Carlson Julian Goldman Laurie M. Kermes
Santiago Carot-Nemesio Raul Gonzalez Gomez Ahmad Kheirandish
Randy W. Carroll Chris Gough Junhyung Kim
Seungchul Chae Channa Gowda Minho Kim
Peggy Chien Charles M. Gropper Min-Joon Kim
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Jinyong Choi Jeff Guttmacher Tetsuya Kimura
Chia-Chin Chong Rasmus Haahr Alfred Kloos
Saeed A. Choudhary Christian Habermann Jeongmee Koh
Jinhan Chung Michael Hagerty Jean-Marc Koller
John A. Cogan Jerry Hahn John Koon
John T. Collins Robert Hall Patty Krantz
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Raymond Krasinski Carl Pantiskas Raymond A. Strickland
Alexander Kraus Harry P. Pappas Chandrasekaran Subramaniam
Ramesh Krishna Hanna Park Hermanni Suominen
Geoffrey Kruse Jong-Tae Park Lee Surprenant
Falko Kuester Myungeun Park Ravi Swami
Rafael Lajara Soojun Park Ray Sweidan
Pierre Landau Phillip E. Pash Na Tang
Jaechul Lee TongBi Pei Haruyuyki Tatsumi
JongMuk Lee Soren Petersen Isabel Tejero
Kyong Ho Lee James Petisce Tom Thompson
Rami Lee Peter Piction Jonas Tirén
Sungkee Lee Michael Pliskin Janet Traub
Woojae Lee Varshney Prabodh Gary Tschautscher
Qiong Li Jeff Price Masato Tsuchid
Xiangchen Li Harald Prinzhorn Ken Tubman
Zhuofang Li Harry Qiu Akib Uddin
Patrick Lichter Tanzilur Rahman Sunil Unadkat
Jisoon Lim Phillip Raymond Fabio Urbani
Joon-Ho Lim Terrie Reed Philipp Urbauer
Xiaoming Liu Barry Reinhold Laura Vanzago
Wei-Jung Lo Brian Reinhold Alpo Värri
Charles Lowe Melvin I. Reynolds Andrei Vasilateanu
Don Ludolph John G. Rhoads Dalimar Velez
Christian Luszick Jeffrey S. Robbins Martha Velezis
Bob MacWilliams Chris Roberts Rudi Voon
Srikkanth Madhurbootheswaran Stefan Robert Barry Vornbrock
Miriam L. Makhlouf Scott M. Robertson Isobel Walker
Romain Marmot Timothy Robertson David Wang
Sandra Martinez David Rosales Linling Wang
Miguel Martínez de Bill Saltzstein Jerry P. Wang
Espronceda Cámara Giovanna Sannino Yao Wang
Peter Mayhew Jose A. Santos-Cadenas Yi Wang
Jim McCain Stefan Sauermann Steve Warren
László Meleg John Sawyer Fujio Watanabe
Alexander Mense Alois Schloegl Toru Watsuji
Behnaz Minaei Paul S. Schluter David Weissman
Jinsei Miyazaki Mark G. Schnell Kathleen Wible
Erik Moll Richard A. Schrenker Paul Williamson
Darr Moore Antonio Scorpiniti Jan Wittenber
Chris Morel KwangSeok Seo Jia-Rong Wu
Robert Moskowitz Riccardo Serafin Will Wykeham
Carsten Mueglitz Sid Shaw Ariton Xhafa
Soundharya Nagasubramanian Frank Shen Ricky Yang
Alex Neefus Min Shih Melanie S. Yeung
Trong-Nghia Nguyen-Dobinsky Mazen Shihabi Qiang Yin
Michael E. Nidd Redmond Shouldice Done-Sik Yoo
Jim Niswander Sternly K. Simon Zhi Yu
Hiroaki Niwamoto Marjorie Skubic Jianchao Zeng
Thomas Norgall Robert Smith Jason Zhang
Yoshiteru Nozoe Ivan Soh Jie Zhao
Abraham Ofek Motoki Sone Thomas Zhao
Brett Olive Emily Sopensky Yuanhong Zhong
Begonya Otal Rajagopalan Srinivasan Qing Zhou
Marco Paleari Nicholas Steblay Miha Zoubek
Bud Panjwani Lars Steubesand Szymon Zyskoter
John (Ivo) Stivoric
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The following members of the individual balloting group voted on this standard. Balloters may have voted

for approval, disapproval, or abstention.
Robert Aiello David Fuschi Bansi Patel
Johann Amsenga Randall Groves Beth Pumo
Bjoern Andersen Robert Heile Stefan Schlichting
Pradeep Balachandran Werner Hoelzl Thomas Starai
Demetrio Bucaneg, Jr. Raj Jain Mark-Rene Uchida
Lyle G. Bullock, Jr. Martin Kasparick John Vergis
Craig Carlson Stuart Kerry J. Wiley
Juan Carreon Yongbum Kim Yu Yuan
Pin Chang Raymond Krasinski Oren Yuen
Malcolm Clarke Javier Luiso Janusz Zalewski
Christoph Fischer H. Moll Daidi Zhong
Nick S. A. Nikjoo

When the IEEE SA Standards Board approved this standard on 24 September 2020, it had the following

membership:
Gary Hoffman, Chair
Jon Walter Rosdahl, Vice Chair
John D. Kulick, Past Chair
Konstantinos Karachalios, Secretary
Ted Burse David J. Law Mehmet Ulema
Doug Edwards Howard Li Lei Wang
J. Travis Griffith Dong Liu Sha Wei
Grace Gu Kevin Lu Philip B. Winston
Guido R. Hiertz Paul Nikolich Daidi Zhong
Joseph L. Koepfinger* Damir Novosel Jingyi Zhou
Dorothy Stanley
*Member Emeritus
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Introduction

This introduction is not part of IEEE Std 11073-40102-2020, Health informatics—Device interoperability—Part 40102:

Foundational—Cybersecurity—Capabilities for mitigation.

Users of Personal Health Devices (PHDs) and Point-of-Care Devices (PoCDs) have implicit expectations on

convenience, connectivity, accessibility, and security of data. For example, they expect to connect

PHDs/PoCDs to their mobile devices and dashboards, view the data in the cloud, and easily share the

information with clinicians or care providers. In some cases, the users themselves are taking action to build

connections between PHDs/PoCDs, mobile devices, and the cloud to create the desired system. While many

manufacturers are working on solving PHD/PoCD connectivity challenges with proprietary solutions, no

standardized approach exists to provide secure plug-and-play interoperability.

The ISO/IEEE 11073 PHDs/PoCDs family of standards, Bluetooth Special Interest Group profiles and

services specifications, and the Continua Design Guidelines (PCHAlliance [B20]) were developed to

specifically address plug-and-play interoperability of PHDs/PoCDs (e.g., physical activity monitor,

physiological monitor, pulse oximeter, sleep apnoea breathing therapy equipment, ventilator, insulin delivery

device, infusion pump, continuous glucose monitor). In this context, the following terms have specific

meanings:

 Interoperability is the ability of client components to communicate and share data with service

components in an unambiguous and predictable manner as well as to understand and use the

information that is exchanged (PCHAlliance [B20]).

 Plug and play are all the user has to do to make a connection—the systems automatically detect,

configure, and communicate without any other human interaction (ISO/IEEE 11073-10201 [B13]).

Within the context of secure plug-and-play interoperability, cybersecurity is the process and capability of

preventing unauthorized access or modification, misuse, denial of use, or the unauthorized use of information

that is stored on, accessed from, or transferred to and f
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