Unsecured medical devices leave doors wide open to cybercriminals

Networked devices get far less security attention than they deserve.
By Unisys
01:00 PM

(SPONSORED) Even though they're a significant attack vector – a gateway through which attackers can gain access to a hospital's entire information network – the allure of vulnerable medical devices to cyber crooks is still under-appreciated, says Bill Parkinson director of global healthcare strategy at Unisys.

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