Connected Medical Devices—Saving or Harming Patients


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The potential for an adversary to gain access to a medical device is a life-or-death problem that manufacturers must address. This panel will focus on the current state of security in connected medical devices, technologies such as blockchain that can improve security, FDA security requirements and what they mean to manufacturers, and the impact security has on healthcare facilities and patients.

Learning Objectives:
1: Understand dialogue needed between hospitals, manufacturers and security researchers.
2: Explore the future of connected medical security.
3: Learn from real perspectives of key players in this industry conversation.

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Dan Birtwhistle

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Senior Director Product Development Security, GE Healthcare

Foad Dabiri

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CEO, Wanda

Lisa Green

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Sr. Director Operations, Independent Security Evaluators

David Scott

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Product Security Officer, Medication Management Solutions, Becton Dickenson & Co.

Mobile & IoT Security Hackers & Threats

privacy security awareness supply chain risk & vulnerability assessment governance risk & compliance


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