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St Jude patching Merlin@home heart kit

Be still my beating heart Months after steadfastly denying its heart implants have serious security vulnerabilities, St Jude – now owned by Abbott Laboratories –...

FDA Issues Guidelines For Security Of Medical Devices In Use

Guidance advises manufacturers on how to continue monitoring the devices once they are sold. The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has issued guidelines on...

Pacemaker hacks confirmed in pen-tester’s report

Bishop Fox says Merlin@Home vulns are real and deadly St Jude Medical has suffered another setback in its lawsuit against Muddy Waters and security company...

Pacemaker maker St Jude faces new security flaw claims from biz...

This is not the way to get vulnerabilities fixed Security startup MedSec and the financial house backing the biz have published new allegations of security...

St Jude sues short-selling MedSec over pacemaker ‘hack’ report

Defibrillator security saga will go to court Medical device maker St Jude has filed suit against a security company that reported security flaws in its...

MedSec’s ‘hackable pacemaker’ report autopsy: Bombshell crash claim in doubt

No conclusive evidence of bricked devices, say uni experts Researchers at the University of Michigan (U-M) have poured doubt on one claim by MedSec that...

St Jude hits back at short-selling security firm’s claims

Hackable pacemaker report 'false and misleading' The manufacturer of pacemakers and defibrillators has slammed a report by security researchers accusing it of putting customers lives...

Trading in stock of medical device paused after hackers team with...

Enlarge / A St. Jude Medical cardiac defibrillator implant like the ones MedSec claimed to have found vulnerabilities in.St. Jude Medical reader comments 33 Share this...

Muddying the waters of infosec: Cyber upstart, investors short medical biz...

Some sharks wear suits and ties Analysis A team of security researchers tipped off an investment firm about software vulnerabilities in life-preserving medical equipment in...