Medical-device, IoT hacks spurring security software boom
John Shinal, Special for USA TODAY
The same hospital computer networks that have helped deliver medical devices to U.S. patients are now making them more vulnerable to cyberattacks.
Malware intrusions are on the rise among such systems, says Greg Enriquez, CEO of TrapX, which tracks them as part of its effort to build software that tricks such evil code into revealing itself.
“Medical data is worth 10 times the value of credit card data,” among thieves on the electronic black market” – Greg Enriquez, CEO TrapX
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