Is your glucose monitor at risk of cyberattack? One startup thinks so

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MedCrypt, a San Diego company that provides cybersecurity technology for medical devices, snagged $25 million in a second round of venture funding despite today’s tough environment for young firms seeking to raise capital. Founded in 2016, MedCrypt says that this latest round included participation from new strategic backers Johnson & Johnson Innovation and Intuitive Ventures — the independent investment arm of robot-assisted surgery giant Intuitive Surgical. MedCrypt, which employs 28 workers, also got backing from existing investors Section 32, Eniac Ventures, Anzu Partners, and Dolby Family…

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