Today, nearly everything can be hacked, from cars to lightbulbs. But perhaps the most concerning threat is the one posed by implanted medical devices. Experts have demonstrated the ease with which security on pacemakers and insulin pumps can be breached, potentially resulting in lethal consequences.
Read the full article on The Conversation website, written by Laurie Pycroft, Nuffield Department of Surgical Sciences and Department of Psychiatry.
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