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Striving to build products that are secure by design, in use and through partnership.
We value the confidentiality, integrity and availability of all protected health and personally identifiable information (e.g., PHI, PII) in accordance with all applicable federal and state privacy and security laws, including the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act. BD has implemented administrative, technical and physical safeguards, to reasonably protect against security incidents or privacy breaches involving a BD product. However, as systems evolve, vulnerabilities may be identified, and we consider you a partner in this process. If you have any concerns, we ask that you bring them to our attention, and we will investigate and address the issue if necessary, including through responsible disclosure of such issues if they exist.
BD is committed to providing secure products to our customers given the important benefits they provide to patient health. Across BD, we continuously strive to improve security and privacy through the product lifecycle using the following practices where appropriate:
If you would like to report a potential product-related privacy or security issue (incident, breach or vulnerability), contact:
Becton, Dickinson and Company
Attn: Product Security and Privacy
1 Becton Drive
Franklin Lakes, New Jersey 07417-1880
BD is developing product security white papers for our connected devices. The purpose of these documents is to provide details on how BD security and privacy practices have been applied, what our customers should know about maintaining security and how we are partnering with our customers to ensure security throughout the product lifecycle.
Request a BD product security white paper by filling out this form or contacting your sales representative.
For product security and privacy alerts, notifications and documentation, see the following:
|5/4/2018||Product security bulletin for Kwampirs|
|4/5/2018||Product security bulletin for WPA2 "KRACK" Wi-Fi Vulnerability
|3/23/2018||Product security bulletin for Meltdown and Spectre Update 2
|2/12/2018||Product security bulletin for BD FACSDiva
|1/23/2018||Product security bulletin for BD Pyxis™ MedStation™ ES
|1/12/2018||Product security bulletin for Meltdown and Spectre Update 1
|1/5/2018||Product security bulletin for Meltdown and Spectre
|10/11/2017||Product security bulletin for Alaris™ PC unit (PCU) (model 8015) update|
|6/28/2017||Product security bulletin for Petya ransomware|
|5/13/2017||Product security bulletin for WannaCry ransomware|
|3/16/2017||Product security bulletin for BD Kiestra™ TLA, BD Kiestra™ WCA, BD Kiestra™ InoquIA™+|
|2/6/2017||Product security bulletin for Alaris™ PC unit (PCU) (model 8015)|
|2/6/2017||Product security bulletin for Alaris™ PC unit (PCU) (model 8000)|
|11/1/2016||Product security bulletin for Alaris™ System residual data|
|10/14/2016||Product security bulletin for Pyxis MedStation™ ES patching|
|03/28/2016||Product security bulletin for Pyxis SupplyStation™ upgrade considerations|
|11/11/2014||Product security bulletin for POODLE vulnerability|
|10/03/2014||Product security bulletin for Shellshock vulnerability|
|04/15/2014||Product security bulletin for Heartbleed vulnerability|
At BD, we believe industry collaboration is essential to making our products more secure. That is why we strive for security by design, in use and through partnership with stakeholders. Whether our partners are customers managing the security in their own environments, the security research community helping us better research and evaluate emerging threats, or security vendors identifying practical security solutions, we appreciate the opportunity to collaborate. The following are some of the ways we are collaborating:
If you would like to collaborate with BD on product-related privacy or security issue initiatives, contact: email@example.com.
Last revised November 30, 2017