Securing the ever-evolving healthcare field :
A CYSEC & Implicity Partnership

Lausanne, May 21, 2024. Implicity and CYSEC are thrilled to announce their partnership, combining Implicity’s remote patient monitoring and cardiac data management solutions with CYSEC’s pioneering work in container security and trusted environments.

In the ever-evolving healthcare field, the ability to collect and analyze data is paramount for healthcare providers. Leveraging remote monitoring (RM) to harness the vast amounts of data generated offer benefits that are far-reaching. While this evolution improved healthcare providers’ convenience and efficiency, it is imperative to protect those data from cyber attacks. Public perceptions of privacy in the context of medical records links directly to the trust the public has in the entire healthcare establishment, and drives significantly into discussions of health data sharing. Reliable healthcare data security solutions are essential to ensure that patient health information remains private, safe and adherent to government protocols/policies (HIPAA, Digital ACT, GDPR,….).

The partnership represents a perfect combination of a cutting edge healthcare remote monitoring solution and data protection on distributed architecture. 

Implicity’s InLink solution helps to address the growing need to harness complex  cardiac implantable electronic devices (CIEDs) data for patient care by aggregating it into useful, actionable information. Designed to streamline the collection and transmission of in-clinic data, InLink is a smart tool that automatically collects patient device data – including PDF files and raw data from devices of all manufacturers – during in-clinic visits.

By embedding CYSEC’s ARCA Trusted OS security solution, an immutable operating system with minimum attack surface and secure container orchestration within InLink, it prevents the combined solutions to contain system intrusions and prevent data compromission at the edge.

Together, Implicity and CYSEC ensure that the remote patient monitoring and cardiac data management handled by doctors in hospitals in the US and in Europe are securely transmitted through the InLink device to the Implicity platform.


CYSEC is a European data security company providing a software solution for securing communication data from space to the ground, with critical infrastructures. CYSEC ARCA Trusted OS gives you a full security solution, covering the edge and the back-end. It provides confidentiality and integrity of data collected at the edge, trust in application logic, and ensures attackers can’t use the edge to access your network.

ARCA is a trusted OS, designed to protect specific nodes up to end-to-end edge computing distributed architectures deployed from the core, the cloud and up to the edge. It benefits particularly companies looking to protect sensitive data and mission critical applications.

About Implicity

Implicity is a digital MedTech software company dedicated to providing the best remote care to patients with cardiac implantable electronic devices and heart failure. Co-founded by cardiac electrophysiologist Arnaud Rosier, MD, PhD, the platform aggregates, normalizes, and standardizes data from any implantable cardiac device across all manufacturers, improving care for patients with cardiac implants and heart failure.

Implicity’s platform provides critical health information augmented by FDA-cleared AI* algorithms, enabling healthcare providers to make more informed decisions for better patient outcomes. With access to the Health Data Hub**, one of the world’s largest databases of heart disease patients, Implicity is able to develop its AI solutions based on more robust data. The company is protecting 100 000 patients in over 200 medical facilities across the US and Europe.


*FDA cleared Class II medical device, and CE marked Class I (under MDD) medical device; see the instructions for use for more information.

**Health Data Hub is a health data platform established by the French government to combine existing health patient databases and facilitate their usage for research and development purposes.