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Medical device security in a pandemic world

Medical device security in a pandemic world

The pandemic has put a lot of things on hold over the last year, but medical device security shouldn’t be one of them. The post Medical device security in a pandemic world ...
Hacking medical devices: Five ways to inoculate yourself from attacks

Hacking medical devices: Five ways to inoculate yourself from attacks

Healthcare companies must follow medical device security best practices to defend against attacks on devices and the networks and systems they connect to. The post Hacking medical devices: Five ways to inoculate ...
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Survey Finds Low Confidence in Medical Device Security

As more medical devices connect to the Internet, the role of cybersecurity in the health care sector has never been more critical. Unfortunately, a survey of 40 senior executives at U.S. Fortune ...
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Uncover SweynTooth vulnerabilities with Defensics fuzz testing

Uncover SweynTooth vulnerabilities with Defensics fuzz testing

SweynTooth is a set of Bluetooth Low Energy vulnerabilities. We can reproduce many of these vulnerabilities using Defensics Bluetooth LE Test Suites. The post Uncover SweynTooth vulnerabilities with Defensics fuzz testing appeared ...
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CDC N95: The Infographic

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DEF CON 27, Artificial Intelligence Village – Yisroel Mirsky’s ‘Automated Injection And Removal Of Medical Evidence in CT And MRI Scans’

Thanks to Def Con 27 Volunteers, Videographers and Presenters for publishing their superlative conference videos via their YouTube Channel for all to see, enjoy and learn. Permalink ...
The journey to better medical device security: Still slow, still bumpy

The journey to better medical device security: Still slow, still bumpy

Medical device security is not keeping up with new threats. Among the reasons: funding, delayed initiatives, and a focus on critical service delivery. The post The journey to better medical device security: ...

DEF CON 27, Bio Hacking Village, Dr Avi Rubin’s ‘Beyond The Firmware: The Attack Surface of a Networked Medical Device’

Thanks to Def Con 27 Volunteers, Videographers and Presenters for publishing their superlative conference videos via their YouTube Channel for all to see, enjoy and learn. Permalink ...