Health Systems Must Keep Medical Devices Secure

March 29, 2019 Mayuri Kumar

The rise of innovation in healthcare has brought new technology to the forefront. From machine learning tools to robotic assistants, medical devices have been taken to the next level.

However, just like a health system’s computer, these medical devices have a chance to be hacked by cyber attackers. Tools like pacemakers and heart rate monitors could be compromised without the user even knowing.

The technology could be groundbreaking, but if proper cybersecurity measures aren’t followed, the devices can cause serious harm to the patient or operator.

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