FBI Cybersecurity Warning for Medical Devices

The U.S. FBI issued a Public Service Announcement on the Internet of Things that includes, “Criminals can also gain access to unprotected devices used in home health care, such as those used to collect and transmit personal monitoring data or time-dispense medicines. Once criminals have breached such devices, they have access to any personal or medical information stored on the devices and can possibly change the coding controlling the dispensing of medicines or health data collection. These devices may be at risk if they are capable of long-range connectivity.”  It went on to further state, “Patients should be informed about the capabilities of any medical devices prescribed for at-home use. If the device is capable of remote operation or transmission of data, it could be a target for a malicious actor.

See the announcement here: FBI Public Service Announcement.

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