Norman business brings awareness to implant hacking

With there being so little protection regarding medical implants, a Norman business is stepping in.

RNT Professional Services is known for its cybersecurity but has since extended its focus.

RNT wants to bring more awareness to the matter at hand.

“Sometimes it’s a prosthetic device… That may have some sophisticated software that’s been uniquely configured to supportĀ  their particular physique. How many times do you hear.. You know… Joe veterans leg got hacked.. You just don’t hear those reports. Is it happening.. Absolutely.” – Teresa Rule, President of RNT Professional Services

For those wanting to know more about cyberethics, RNT is hosting a conference on September 23rd through the 25th at the Metro Tech Springlake Campus in Oklahoma City.

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