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ICSMA-21-313-01: 3 Medium Severity Vulnerabilities Identified in Philips MRI

Yuval Halaban

Threat Intel Manager

11 Nov, 2021 • 2 minutes read

On Wednesday, November 10, 2021, three vulnerabilities of medium severity have been identified in Philips MRI products. This impacts the 1.5T/3T products with 5.x.x software versions. These devices are widely used in healthcare environments, and the impact radius is large. If exploited, these vulnerabilities allow an unauthorized user to:

  • Run the software
  • Modify device configuration
  • Export data
  • Access PHI
  • Other exfiltration

 

The release document is found here.

 

Affected devices: Philips MRI 1.5T/3T products with 5.x.x software versions

Remediation steps: 

Philips plans to release a software upgrade to remediate these vulnerabilities by October 2022, until then, they recommend operating the Philips MRI machines within authorized specifications, ensuring physical and logical controls are implemented.

Status:

Already on the Threat Intel Feed. The vulnerability is on the dashboard.

Can Medigate users detect this vulnerability?

Yes, we are detecting Philips MRI products in these versions.

Medigate Recommends:

  • Identify all impacted devices in your environment
  • Ensure physical & logical controls are implemented (micro-segmentation)
  • Observe traffic for anomalies until patch is available
  • Install patch from Phillips once it is released (Oct 2022)

Examples for potentially affected devices

  • Ingenia
  • Achieva
  • Ingenia Elition X
  • Ingenia Ambition X
  • Ingenia

 

As always, reach out to your Medigate team for further information or assistance in executing the remediation steps.

Yuval Halaban

Threat Intel Manager

11 Nov, 2021 • 2 minutes read
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