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Medical Device Security: A Status Check

July 18, 2019 | Faculty Reports | Endpoints

Medical devices present unique security risks. In this report, IANS Faculty Justine Bone explains the risks, where the threat is headed and what hospitals and manufacturers should be doing now to secure these devices.


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