In recent years, the healthcare industry has adopted connected technologies to more rapidly deploy next-generation medical devices and improve patient outcomes. Over half of the medical devices marketed today operate on software, including implantable units, diagnostic machines, and monitoring equipment.

These technologies have amazing capabilities to save lives, diagnose quickly, and improve quality of life. Unfortunately, they also raise the possibilities of security failures that can endanger patients.

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