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Device Hacks Becoming More Sophisticated, Targeted, Security Firm Warns

This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet

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An updated report from the cybersecurity solutions firm TrapX Security outlines several case studies that suggest malicious hackers are not only becoming more intent on attacking medical devices to infiltrate health-care networks for their patient data, but that their attacks have become more sophisticated in bypassing best-practice solutions.

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