Medical Device Hackers Now Deemed Allies By FDA, Industry
This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet
FDA and industry has changed their approach to hackers, and the hacking community has taken notice. As medical devices increasingly become connected, hackers want to be a part of efforts to improve their cybersecurity and FDA says it aims to make that happen. Also: a Gray Sheet podcast interview with Katie Moussouris, chief policy officer with the San Francisco-based cybersecurity company HackerOne.
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