Protecting medical devices from hackers

Anita Finnegan tool protects networked devices in the medical industry

12th February, 2017
Anita Finnegan, chief executive of Nova Leah: ‘We’re getting traction, because this is a new space’

When quality engineer Anita Finnegan decided to leave her job to return to college, she found herself on an unexpected path to entrepreneurship.

As chief executive of Nova Leah, a spin-out of Dundalk Institute of Technology, Finnegan is poised to bring to market Select Evidence, an intelligent software tool designed to protect networked medical devices from cyber attack.

Finnegan has opened a Boston office to drive US sales and expects to employ 12 staff by...

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