Network-connected medical devices are transforming how healthcare organizations are able to deliver patient care. These devices are not often manufactured with security in mind, leaving these assets an easy target for attack. Read our checklist to learn criteria every healthcare delivery organization should consider when evaluating their medical device security program for both effectiveness in mitigating risks to connected medical devices as well as the capability for supporting strong technology moving forward.
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