Research making medical devices safer from possible hacking

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Dr. Michael Nowatkowski is working to make medical devices safe from hacking possibilities. Nowatkowski, an associate professor at the Augusta University Cyber Institute, program director for Cyber Sciences and a senior research fellow with the Army Institute at West Point, is working on “reverse-engineering” standard devices in order to show how to locate vulnerabilities in medical devices.

Augusta Chronicle: AU researcher seeks to make medical devices safer from possible hacking

November 4, 2017

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