Sonosite ultrasound systems are designed to meet our customers' every need, including durability, reliability and ease of use. Furthering that commitment, Sonosite is dedicated to our customers by ensuring the security and performance of their devices, as well as the integrity of patient PHI. Rest assured knowing that we continuously monitor for vulnerabilities that pose cybersecurity risks to system safety and data confidentiality.

Cybersecurity Vulnerability Assessments/Updates

We have evaluated the potential impact on our ultrasound systems and services. We have determined that our ultrasound systems and services are not affected by this issue. Our systems do not use the PTC Axeda Agent or Desktop Server that is vulnerable to the exploit. For more details, see the Cybersecurity Alert – PTC Axeda agent and Axeda Desktop Server .
Only Sonosite Synchronicity is affected. For more details, see the Cybersecurity Alert – Log4j.
No. For more details, see the Cybersecurity Alert – Urgent-11.
No. For more details, see the Cybersecurity Alert – CVE-2019-0708-RDP.

FUJIFILM Sonosite, Inc. ("Sonosite") is aware of the recent BlueBorne vulnerability and has diligently evaluated the potential impact on its ultrasound systems and operating software. After a thorough investigation, Sonosite has determined that the systems listed below are not affected by BlueBorne:

  • Sonosite PX ultrasound system
  • Sonosite Edge II ultrasound system
  • Sonosite SII ultrasound system
  • Sonosite X-Porte ultrasound system
  • Sonosite Edge ultrasound system
  • Sonosite NanoMaxx ultrasound system
  • Sonosite M-Turbo ultrasound system
  • Sonosite S Series ultrasound systems
  • Sonosite MicroMaxx ultrasound system
  • Sonosite Titan ultrasound system
  • Sonosite iLook ultrasound system
  • Sonosite 180 ultrasound system
  • Sonosite SonoHeart ultrasound system
  • FUJIFILM FC1 ultrasound system

The following system is shipped in a state that mitigates the BlueBorne vulnerability:

  • Sonosite iViz ultrasound system

The Sonosite iViz product has Bluetooth support present on the system but is shipped with Bluetooth disabled (default). Customers should be advised to leave the Bluetooth configuration of the product in its as-shipped state, which is disabled. Disabling Bluetooth mitigates the vulnerability.

Sonosite remains committed to the safety and security of its customers, any further questions can be directed to Sonosite technical support .

No. For more details, see the Cybersecurity Alert - WannaCry Virus.
The FC1 Ultrasound System can be affected. For more detalis, see the Cybersecurity Alert - Spectre/Meltdown - FC1
All other Sonosite ultrasound systems are not affected. For more details, see the Cybersecurity Alert - Spectre/Meltdown.
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