Medical Devices

Read: EpiPen Shortage in America Keeping Kids Out of School

EpiPen Shortage in America Keeping Kids Out of School

Many schools require students with allergies to have an EpiPen on school grounds at all times.

Read: Police Say Texas Hospital Employee Stole $400K of Medical Equipment

Police Say Texas Hospital Employee Stole $400K of Medical Equipment

The employee reportedly told police he stole the equipment because it was easy.

Read: Equipment Valued At $1.2M Stolen from Toronto Hospital

Equipment Valued At $1.2M Stolen from Toronto Hospital

The thieves stole medical equipment that allows doctors to examine the inside of a person’s stomach.

Read: DHS Warns of Heart Devices’ Cybersecurity Vulnerabilities

DHS Warns of Heart Devices’ Cybersecurity Vulnerabilities

No deaths or injuries have been reported as a result of the problem.

Cybersecurity Report Finds ‘Healthcare Industry in Turmoil’

Researchers say hospitals rarely address the cyber threats to patient health.

Read: Researchers Find Widespread Hacking Vulnerabilities in Medical Devices

Researchers Find Widespread Hacking Vulnerabilities in Medical Devices

The cybersecurity vulnerabilities risk patient safety and privacy.

AHA Wants Better Cyber Security for Medical Devices

The American Hospital Association wants device security protections to be “in line with state-of-the-art practice.”

Hospitals: Device Manufacturers Must Fix Cyber Risks Now

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