The Atlantic highlights an Atlantic Council report published by the Brent Scowcroft Center’s Cyber Statecraft Initiative on security in networked medical devices:

Calhoun points out that healthcare breaches aren’t unheard of: In fact, according to Intel Security and the Atlantic Council’s latest report on cyber risks, about 44 percent of all registered data breaches in 2013 targeted medical companies, with the number of breaches increasing 60 percent between 2013 and 2014. Those numbers may seem larger than expected—how often do healthcare breaches make the news?—but Calhoun tells me that these reported medical-company breaches happen on smaller scales, affecting far fewer people than attacks on banks and government data.

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