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Philips tells healthcare clients to use ‘best practices’ until it patches critical vulnerabilities in DoseWise Portal app

22
Aug
2017
Philips tells healthcare clients to use ‘best practices’ until it patches critical vulnerabilities in DoseWise Portal app

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A radiation dose management tool sold by Philips is vulnerable to hacks, according to an announcement by the Dutch technology company and the U.S. Industrial Control Systems Cyber Emergency Response Team (ICS-CERT).

The advisory (ICSMA-17-229-01) says Philips has discovered two vulnerabilities in its DoseWise Portal (DWP) web application, which healthcare providers in the United States, Europe, Japan and Australia use to record, analyze and monitor imaging radiation doses for patients and clinicians.

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