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Hacking Threat Merits Closer Look, Industry Acknowledges

This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet

Executive Summary

Medical device makers, software engineers and mobile application developers must do a better job building data security into their products, according to several speakers appearing at a recent FDA public meeting on mobile medical technology.

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