Cybersecurity Skills Shortage In EU ‘Untenable’ Warns Medtech Trade Body
EU medtech companies are subject to many legislative requirements that ensure devices are cybersecure, but more investment in digital literacy is needed to keep Europe safe from cyber breaches, MedTech Europe says in a new policy paper.
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