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1) Critical vulnerability makes GE radiological devices vulnerable to hacking

The vulnerability lies in the default passwords of GE's product management software

2) Unprotected servers leave more than 45 million medical images accessible online

The images contain sensitive information of patients in 67 countries

3) Philips debuts vendor-neutral cybersecurity solution at virtual RSNA

Part of a collaboration with CyberMDX, a connected medical device security company

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Press Room

Philips introduces integrated interventional hemodynamic system with Patient Monitor IntelliVue X3
May 14, 2021
CarolinaEast Health System signs affiliation agreement with UNC Health
May 14, 2021
New survey identifies opportunity to improve shared decision making between cardiologists and heart valve disease patients
May 14, 2021
Urban hospitals bounced back faster than rural hospitals from surgical caseload decrease in 2020
May 14, 2021
ZAP Surgical and Swiss Neuro Radiosurgery Center announce imminent installation of new gyroscopic radiosurgery platform
May 14, 2021
Citing lack of progress, physicians call on Congress to address prior authorization reform
May 14, 2021
Covid-19 alters gray matter volume in the brain, new study finds
May 13, 2021
Innovative MedTech business models will enable cost-effective, decentralized and patient-centric care
May 13, 2021
HCA Healthcare to sell north Georgia hospital to AdventHealth
May 13, 2021
Kaiser Permanente cancer survival rate higher among insured
May 13, 2021

Cyber Security

Weekend cyberattack continues to keep Scripps Health offline
Not specified which systems were affected or how the attack occurred
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