Do you know how many medical devices are in your hospital or group practice? Do you know where they are? Do you know if they have embedded encryption and if it is turned on? Do you know these aren’t just devices, but often are mini-computers linked to the corporate network?
Do you know the last time a risk assessment was conducted on all network-connected medical devices? Do you know that hackers find medical devices are an easy way to get to the core network and then to other networks throughout the organization, including the electronic health record?
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