Legacy Devices The Weak Link In Cybersecurity Fence
This article was originally published in The Pink Sheet Daily
Device companies, hospitals and federal agencies are slowly moving towards adoption of a government framework to guide cybersecurity designs and safeguard newer products, but legacy devices are still vulnerable to hackers and may supply entry into secure systems, cybersecurity experts warn at a joint agency summit.
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