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Medical device cybersecurity presents complex challenge in a continuously evolving landscape

3rd November, 2019
Anita Finnegan, chief executive officer and president, Nova Leah

Advancements in medical device design over the last number of years have allowed manufacturers to add increasingly complex functionality to devices, particularly through the use of software.

The introduction of networked medical devices has brought many benefits for the healthcare industry and improved patient care, from both a medical and a business perspective. Such advancements allow devices to communicate wirelessly across networks, from device to device and over the internet. What is truly exciting are...

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