Vulnerable Surfaces: Hacking of Cars & Healthcare
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Vulnerable Surfaces: Hacking of Cars & Healthcare


The Nissan Leaf can be hacked through its mobile app. Our hospitals have many more vulnerable surfaces – a recent ISE report identifies solutions.

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Many MedTech suppliers don’t seem to care about security since their equipment is "protected by the hospitals firewall".


  1. How do they upgrade and patch their software?
  2. The product life cycle. How to keep software up-to-date with the latest tech and security protection?
  3. If a hacker uses this equipment as a backdoor into the hospital system and, for instance, inject ransomware, and close down the whole hospital, what will the hospital think about that? Liability?
  4. What do the patients think about their life and safety is reduced to a liability issue?
  5. What does FDA have to say about this now? In three years’ time? For how long time do they plan to sell their products?

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