In this episode of the podcast (#238) we speak with Daniel Brodie, the CTO at the firm Cynerio. about his firm’s discovery of a string of critical security flaws in an autonomous medical robot, TUG, that is already deployed in hundreds of clinical settings and the growing issue of medical device insecurity and cyber risks to healthcare providers.
In this Spotlight podcast we’re joined by Benjamin Fabre of DataDome to discuss the evolving risks to organizations as e-commerce shifts from web pages to mobile applications and APIs.
In-brief: a report by the firm IOActive warns that industrial and home robots may be vulnerable to remote, software based attacks.
In-brief: Researchers from the University of Washington demonstrated attacks against “a slew” of exploitable vulnerabilities in a surgical robot they helped develop. They included attacks that could cause “jerky motion of robot’s arms” or render the surgical robot “motionless” and “almost unusable.”