Hacking into the pump would require close contact and sophisticated technical skills.
The risk is "extremely low," the company said, but it's advising patients on steps they can take to protect themselves
Johnson & Johnson, a major maker of medical devices has for the first time issued a warning about a potential computer security flaw in a consumer product, but cautions that the danger to patients is extremely low.
THE INTERNET OF THINGS: Johnson & Johnson warns insulin pumps can be hacked.
Johnson & Johnson has warned diabetes patients and doctors that one of its insulin pumps is vulnerable to cyber hacking.