Care Delivery Workflow Attacks through Behaviorial eManipulation


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Co-presented by a practicing orthopedic trauma surgeon and leading IoT security expert, this unique session will analyze the real-world implications of exploiting connected medical devices. Unlike most healthcare security research, this session incorporates not only lessons from security research, but considers them from the viewpoint of the actual end user: the physician.

Learning Objectives:
1: Learn about the intersection of technical exploits and social engineering.
2: Learn how exploits on medical devices can manipulate physician behavior.
3: Learn how attackers can leverage care workflows to deliver payload.

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Ted Harrington

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Executive Partner, Independent Security Evaluators (ISE)

Dr. Konstantinos Triantafillou

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Orthopaedic Trauma Surgeon and Assistant Professor, University of Tennessee Medical Center

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