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Topic - Amanda Mcnulty Sheldon
The special pumps used by hundreds of thousands of diabetes patients are vulnerable to computer hackers, who could make them deliver fatal doses of insulin, security researchers say.
"At this time, we believe that the risk is low and the benefits of the therapy outweigh the risk of an individual criminal attack," she said.
"We have taken a number of steps to address this matter," she added, saying the company is "conducting an in-depth risk/benefit analysis," informing patients and caregivers, and "evaluating the best encryption and security technologies for incorporation into our products."