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Hospital survival guide for a world overflowing with unsecured medical devices

Medical device security is in a dire state. Legacy devices, some with lifespans of up to 20 years, are difficult to replace, meaning many hospitals are grappling with outdated technology that lacks built-in security features. Moreover, accountability for testing and securing medical devices is difficult to establish. As a result, hacker attacks on medical devices are a serious concern and are already happening. Despite this, healthcare providers can take simple steps to bolster device security, but these measures are not foolproof and a more comprehensive strategy is needed.

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