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Medtech Cybersecurity Whistleblowers: Traditional Protections, Incentives Apply

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As the medical device industry enters a brave new world of connected products, cybersecurity vulnerabilities and hacking threats have surfaced, raising many questions. Among them: what protections are available to employees who raise the alarm about cybersecurity problems with a device sold by their company. Attorney Alexis Ronickher addresses this question in this article and in a Medtech Insight podcast interview.

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