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Hacker Demonstrates Just How Vulnerable Johnson & Johnson (JNJ)'s Insulin Pump Really Is



8/2/2013 8:46:54 AM

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Cybersecurity expert Jay Radcliffe discusses his experiences with Johnson & Johnson and its Animas subsidiary during the high-profile Black Hat conference in Las Vegas, demonstrating a "feature" of the Animas Ping insulin pump that he says is more of a flaw. Johnson & Johnson (NYSE:JNJ) and its Animas subsidiary found themselves in the spotlight yesterday during 1 of the world's largest cybersecurity conferences, when well-known medical device hacker Jay Radcliffe demonstrated, live on stage, a "feature" of the Animas Ping insulin pump that Radcliffe says could harm or kill unsuspecting patients.

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