This story makes an understated point for us managing medical education and research networks.
While we may not operate or support the systems on the clinical networks, we operate immediately adjacent to them.
As our educators and researchers bring devices closer between these networks, we need to illustrate leadership, good faith, and act as responsible neighbours and ensure systems under our management are as protected as possible, and users as educated as possible. This in turn lightens the load for our colleagues managing the clinical networks immediately responsible for patient care.
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