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Growing Concerns With Cybersecurity Hacks of Devices

This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet

Executive Summary

While the agency released its first guidance on cybersecurity requirements a decade ago, a top FDA official says the agency has seen a spike in potential vulnerabilities over the past year and a half, and has been working with manufacturers and other stakeholders to fix them before someone gets hurt.


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