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Message To US Congress: Know What Cybersecurity Tools You Have, Share What You Know, Untie Our Hands

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Responding to US lawmakers on how to tackle cybersecurity threats to medical devices and the health-care system, device firms, hospitals, provider groups and other stakeholders listed recommendations on creating inventories, sharing information and amending laws.

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