Hacking a heart pacemaker isn't science fiction. See what experts are doing to prevent it
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CLOSE Doctors, hackers and medical device manufacturers discuss how to protect medical devices from cyberattacks, during the two-day CyberMed Summit in Phoenix, on June 8, 2017. Sam Caravana/azcentral.com
Five years ago, Marie Moe collapsed unconscious to the ground because her heart "was taking a break.”
Her heart rate dropped to 30 or 40 beats per minute, and she was rushed to the hospital to have a life-saving pacemaker installed.
At the time, Moe, who holds a doctorate in information security, was working for the Norwegian government as an incident... read more
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