Hacked Medical Devices Can Threaten Patient Safety

As the Internet of Medical Things (IoMT) continues to grow, hackers have a wider range of medical devices to explore in ways that could jeopardize patient safety by corrupting vital data, exposing sensitive medical history, and committing identity fraud.

Stacy Scott and Alan Brill in our Cyber Risk practice discuss recent incidents involving IoMT devices and ways to minimize the risks they pose with Relias Media.

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