J&J Mea Culpa May Help Contain Device Data Security Fallout

By Allison Grande (October 5, 2016, 9:32 PM EDT) -- Johnson & Johnson's disclosure Tuesday that its OneTouch Ping insulin pump is vulnerable to hackers is likely to draw interest from both consumers and regulators who may cast a critical eye on the connected device's lack of encryption, but J&J's decision to reveal the security risk before a breach occurred may help it stave off some of this backlash....

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