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Medical devices — such as pacemakers, insulin pumps and MRI machines — are increasingly vulnerable to hacking. As of today, however, there’s no federal mandate for those devices to have cybersecurity protections.

A government-backed coalition of hospitals and medical device manufacturers took matters into their own hands on Monday. They released a 53-page “joint security plan” outlining a slew of low-hanging fruit protections manufacturers should implement and hospitals should demand.

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