A House committee is urging the Department of Health and Human Services to act soon on a recommendation made by its cybersecurity task force earlier this year: Develop a description of the the cyber risks of all components of medical devices and other healthcare technologies. The move is seen as an important initial step toward ensuring the cybersecurity of the technologies. For more information visit: https://www.healthcareinfosecurity.com/house-committee-urges-hhs-action-on-medical-device-risks-a-10466
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