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'Sharing' Organizations Stay In Final Post-Market Cybersecurity Guidance

Executive Summary

Despite pushback from industry groups on the use of information-sharing and analysis organizations (ISAOs), US FDA has kept the language the same in its final post-market cybersecurity guidance, but has removed the term "essential clinical performance."

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