Devices Sector First In Line For IoT Cybersecurity In Health Care Settings
The Unique Nature Of The Health Care Industry Makes Cybersecurity Awareness A Critical Concern
The IoT medical devices sector is forecast to be worth some $63bn by 2024, but with the WannaCry ransomware episode still fresh in the memory, there remains an unmet need among stakeholders to strengthen network protection. A new report from the IoT Security Foundation describes the threat ̶ and the solution.
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