Anaesthetic devices ‘vulnerable to hackers’
Chris Baraniuk reports:
A type of anaesthetic machine that has been used in NHS hospitals can be hacked and controlled from afar if left accessible on a hospital computer network, a cyber-security company says.
A successful attacker would be able to change the amount of anaesthetic delivered to a patient, CyberMDX said.
Alarms designed to alert anaesthetists to any danger could also be silenced.
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