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US Air Force Certifies Toshiba-Built MR Systems; Beverly Plost Comments

US Air Force Certifies Toshiba-Built MR Systems; Beverly Plost Comments - top government contractors - best government contracting event
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medical imaging systemToshiba America Medical Systems Inc. has achieved a Defense Department certification to operate the company’s magnetic resonance systems on the U.S. Air Force“™s network.

Toshiba worked to comply with the Air Force and Defense Health Agency“™s guidelines to protect patient health information from malware, viruses and cyber attacks, the company said Monday.

“This approval is proof that when a customer partners with Toshiba, they are getting the same protection and security expected by our nation“™s armed forces,“ said Beverly Plost, director of MR business unit of Toshiba.

The company incorporated Windows 7 and application whitelisting software into its Vantage Titan 1.5T and Vantage Titan 3T systems to help clients detect malicious software applications.

Toshiba also received an approval-to-operate distinction from the Air Force for the company“™s computed tomography systems.

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