A cybersecurity framework for medical devices and health-care technology needs to be developed in a partnership between the government, manufacturers and health-care providers, officials from across the public and private sectors during a workshop convened by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration.

“Right now, for cybersecurity, we’re all in a reactive mode,” said Deborah Kobza, executive director of the National Healthcare Information Sharing and Analysis Center. “We need to change that to be in a preventive mode.”

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