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Security flaws in a vital signs monitoring device from a Chinese manufacturer could allow hackers to launch an attack that spreads to all other devices connected to the same network, says Jason Sinchak of security firm Level Nine, the company that discovered the vulnerabilities. Some of the flaws in affected Contec Medical Systems Co. equipment […]

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A vulnerability found in an interaction between a Wi-Fi-enabled battery system and an infusion pump for the delivery of medication could provide bad actors with a method for stealing access to Wi-Fi networks used by healthcare organizations, according to Boston-based security firm Rapid7. The most serious issue involves Baxter International’s SIGMA Spectrum infusion pump and […]

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In late 2020, the World Economic Forum stated that “the approach to cybersecurity needs to be overhauled before the industry finds itself in any fit state to tackle the threat.” The WEF singled out five global cybersecurity challenges: 1. Increasing sophistication of cyberattacks and cyber adversaries 2. Widening cybersecurity skills gap 3. Lack of intelligence […]

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