Medical device cybersecurity is bad. But who cares?

While medical device security against cyberattacks is low, some experts say the benefits of devices far outweigh the small possibility of serious attacks. For now, experts say that improving people's health and lives is more important, but leading researchers are still looking for ways to close the security holes. A combination of private security research, medical device research, and government oversight is recommended to ensure safety. More

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