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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I Am The Cavalry co-founder Josh Corman spoke to Nextgov about what the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) is working on to ensure better cybersecurity in the health sector.
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I Am The Cavalry co-founder Josh Corman joined the "Hack the Plant" podcast hosted by Cavalry member and R Street Institute senior fellow Bryson Bort. The episode covered the pandemic, recent ransomware attacks on healthcare systems, and much more.
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News recently broke of the first death directly resulting from a cyberattack after a German hospital experienced a ransomware incident and was unable to accept emergency patients.