Computer Business Review - Heart Implants Recalled Over Hack Fears


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The US Food and Drug Administration recently recalled over 450,000 implantable defibrillators, designed and operated by St. Jude Medical, because of their vulnerability to cybersecurity attacks. Past research done by Bishop Fox verified that these medical devices were exploitable by hackers. Partner Carl Livitt is quoted about these risks in the Computer Business Review article - Heart Implants Recalled Over Hack Fears.