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Fraud Alert

Recently, we discovered incidents of scammers posing as Capsule Tech staffing and recruitment managers, engaging with job seekers on various online job search sites. These unauthorized individuals are using Capsule Tech’s name and logo—and in some cases the images and titles of Capsule Tech employees—in an attempt to solicit up-front fees and obtain personal identity information from job seekers.

Please know that Capsule Tech does not conduct interviews via chat rooms such as Google Hangouts, charge candidates an advance fee of any kind (e.g., fees for purchasing equipment), nor does it offer positions of employment without undertaking a thorough recruiting process. Please also note that any correspondence with regard to employment would come from an authorized @capsuletech.com email address and not from any other domain as has been used in these most recent fraud attempts.

If you receive unsolicited offers of employment from people claiming to work for Capsule Tech, we recommend that you do not respond to their inquiries, do not open any attachments, and do not click on any hyperlinks.

Insights & Events

Catch up on the latest from Capsule

October 28, 2021

Philips Capsule Medical Device Information Platform reaches device integration milestone

Press Release

Philips Capsule (MDIP) is now installed in more than 3,000 healthcare facilities globally and has exceeded the milestone of integrating with more than 1,000 unique medical device models.

Cyberattacks
September 29, 2021

New Wave of Cyberattacks Has Hospitals Employing Secure Network Connections to Medical Devices

Blog

Criminals are using the pandemic as cover to inundate hospitals, health systems and other providers with cyberattacks. To better safeguard the personal health information of patients and prevent unauthorized network access, healthcare providers are securing network connections to their medical devices.