May 15, 2024, 11:10 p.m. | RSS Syndication

GE HealthCare Says Risks Can Largely Be Mitigated Through Security Best Practices
Security researchers have found 11 vulnerabilities in certain GE HealthCare ultrasound products that could allow malicious actors to physically implant ransomware or manipulate patient data stored on the affected devices. GE said the risks can be mitigated through best security practices.

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