Risks are surging for medical devices as cyber thieves continue to search for ways to get to sensitive personal data.
With more medical devices connecting to the internet to help healthcare providers, the devices are creating new vulnerabilities to hackers.
Stolen health credentials can go for about 10 or 20 times the value of a U.S. credit card number on the black market, according to PhishLabs, a cyber crime protection company.
Here are some ways organizations can improve medical device security, according to professional service company KPMG:
Read more about how KMPG recommends organizations can reduce medical device cybersecurity risks.
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