FierceHealthIT highlights an Atlantic Council report by the Brent Scowcroft Center’s Cyber Statecraft Initiative on the importance of security features on medical equipment:

Security must be a priority from the outset of medical device creation, as opposed to a tacked on afterthought, a new report published this week stresses.

The report, developed by the Atlantic Council in conjunction with Intel Security, also calls for improvements to public-private and private-private security collaborations, as well as an “evolutionary change of the regulatory approval paradigm” for medical devices.

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