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Top Defects and Solutions in Connected Medical Device Security Whitepaper

Security researchers have found that the latest generations of medical devices are full of flaws that could be attacked to devastating effect.

As connected medical devices continue to become more powerful and widely adopted, they are increasingly growing into larger targets for their determined adversaries. Whether the motives are to use hospital devices as a way to break into facility networks to steal sensitive data or to take over an implantable device to do physical harm to a patient, the means to achieve these malicious goals continue to grow exponentially.

The most serious, preventable technology flaws and oversights that connected medical device manufactures make today are:

  1. Unsecured Binary Code
  2. Hardcoded Passwords
  3. Unpatchable Firmware
  4. Information Leakage

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