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How MCAFEE Embedded Security Helps Medical Device Manufacturers Protect Their Products from Malware and Hacker Attacks

Like other Internet of Things (IoT) devices, medical equipment is a vulnerable attack surface. By 2018, it’s expected that sales of medical devices will exceed 14 million units—more than five times the sales of 2012.1 Network and cloud-connected medical devices used in clinical settings—nurse stations, patient monitors, communications, networks, diagnostic devices, testing, scanning systems, blood gas analyzers, and more—are just as much at risk as healthcare IT networks, laptops, and tablets.

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1https://www.parksassociates.com/blog/article/dec2013-medical-devices