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The Vulnerabilities of Medical and Wearable Devices

Summer 2020 - DRI's In-House Defense Quarterly
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Technological advances continue to transform healthcare delivery and how we track our personal wellness. For example, wireless medical devices such as pacemakers are being implanted in patients, accompanied by software that allows a healthcare provider to receive and transmit information directly to the device from a remote location. More commonly, people sport wearable devices such as smartwatches or fitness trackers to gather a variety of personal data for healthcare purposes and other purposes. While these devices are generally targeted to improve the user’s health, they are not without risk. As medical and other wearable devices become increasingly interconnected with other systems, they become more vulnerable to both intentional and unintentional misuse, as well as cybersecurity attacks.

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