Cyber Security in Health Care Symposium 

FALL 2020

October 29, 2020

10:30am

 

About the Symposium

Few areas of modern technology could be argued to be as clearly linked to the preservation and improvement of human lives as medical devices and health care systems. Ongoing digitization and networking trends have exposed these to the same vulnerabilities long familiar from traditional IT and OT environments. From ransomware shutting down hospitals to hacking embedded pacemakers and insulin pumps, having people’s lives at risk sets the bar all the way up for defenders of health care cyber security.

Please join us for this free event as leaders in clinical medicine, security research, medical device manufacturing and public policy gather to discuss recent developments in health care cyber security.

Agenda

 

Meet The Speakers

David Nathans

David Nathans

Product Security Manager for Siemens Healthcare

Saving lives on a zero trust network

Marie Elisabeth Gaup Moe

Marie Elisabeth Gaup Moe

Senior Security Consultant at mnemonic | Associate Professor at NTNU (Norwegian University of Science & Technology)

Securing personal critical infrastructure

Derek Harp

Derek Harp

Founder and Chairman of (CS)²AI

Symposium Kickoff

Vidya Murthy

Vidya Murthy

Vice President of Operations at MedCrypt

The State of Medical Device Cybersecurity

Jay Radcliffe

Jay Radcliffe

Director of Product Security Testing and Research at Thermo Fisher Scientific

Topic Tilte TBD

Christian “quaddi” Dameff MD

Christian “quaddi” Dameff MD

Medical Director of Cybersecurity at the University of California San Diego & Co-Founder of CyberMed

Health Care Security Operations Centers

Billy Rios

Billy Rios

Founder of QED Solutions & WhiteScope

Topic Tilte TBD

Veronica Schmitt

Veronica Schmitt

Assistant Professor at Noroff/ Independent Security Researcher at Medtronic/ Partner DFIRLABS

Hacking implanted medical devices

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