The (Not So) Patient Hacker


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The patient community is a network of hackers willing to launch science at and into their bodies with the hopes of bettering the future of health for humankind. There's a long history of patient firsts from anesthesia testing to COVID-19 tracking and experimental medicines. The patient hackers need security experts now, more than ever, to survive the current and future state of biohacking.

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Amie Wozniak

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Project Manager, Nth Degree

Cecilia Marinier

Participant

RSA Conference Program Manager, Self Employed

Whitney Zatzkin

Facilitator, Participant

Chief of Staff, Biohacking Village

Hackers & Threats

data security hackers & threats hacktivism privacy


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