The Food and Drug Administration today said cybersecurity vulnerabilities known as “SweynTooth” could pose a risk to some medical devices, such as pacemakers, glucose monitors and ultrasound equipment, that use Bluetooth Low Energy. Manufacturers are assessing and identifying which devices could be at risk, and some microchip manufacturers have released patches. Find a list of affected devices here. FDA will conduct a Response Coordination Call at 2 p.m. ET Wednesday. Join by calling 800-409-8594, participant code 02977

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