The FDA, US Food and Drug Administration has recalled around 465,000 implantable cardioverter defibrillators (ICD) for firmware updates. ICD is a small device that is used to treat irregular heartbeats.
In a safety report by the FDA, issued on April 17, 2018 it says that the devices, designed and operated by St. Jude Medical, are susceptible to cyber-security breaches and are also at risk of having sudden battery loss… 

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