Article posted: 6/15/2013 7:22 AM

Cybersecurity fears raise medical-device standards

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The Food and Drug Administration is tightening standards for a wide range of medical devices -- from fetal monitors used in hospitals to pacemakers implanted in people -- because of escalating concerns that the gadgets are vulnerable to cybersecurity breaches that could harm patients.

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The Food and Drug Administration is tightening standards for a wide range of medical devices -- from fetal monitors used in hospitals to pacemakers implanted in people -- because of escalating concerns that the gadgets are vulnerable to cybersecurity breaches that could harm patients.
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