Experts worry that without proper planning, today's decisions about developing contact tracing apps could have unforeseen consequences in the years to come.
Without regulatory pressure to enforce a federal health care cybersecurity task force’s recommendations, involved experts acknowledge, industry progress will remain slow.
Default device authentication settings, insufficient patches, and internal networks that assume all participants are trusted can lead to health care operations-thwarting infections.
Medical-security researchers are having a harder time getting people to take flaws seriously than discovering serious flaws. We’ll discuss the most pressing issues at Context Conversations.