Too many medical device manufacturers are struggling because they don’t have policies and systems in place to handle the ever-growing amount of data they receive about their products once they’ve gone to market. As a result, important signals can go undetected or unaddressed, leading to compliance problems and devices that are of poor quality – both of which could ultimately affect a device-maker’s bottom line. Read our discussion and analysis of these issues in From Big Data To Cybersecurity, Today’s Device-Makers Face Myriad Compliance Risks – But Being Proactive Can Pay Off, Ex-FDA Official Says.