FDA Says It Is Changing Its Cybersecurity Culture, And Others Should Too
This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet
Speaking at the 2015 mHealth Summit, Suzanne Schwartz, the FDA device center's top cybersecurity expert, said the agency is undergoing a cultural shift to better deal with device cybersecurity vulnerabilities and urged manufacturers, security researchers and hospitals to do the same.
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