The explosion of medical devices is, perhaps, the most pressing challenge that cybersecurity executives will be facing in the next few years. Despite the promise that IoMT connected devices brings in terms of both patient care and engagement, their propagation will be accompanied by a substantial increase in the scope of the attack surface. This session will delve into how a major medical device manufacture is pioneering innovation as a means of improving cyber security.
Participate in this session to gain insights into:
building in network segmentation for IoMT-connected devices from other, on prem medical devices
understanding how medical device manufacturers are embedding security functions such as secure boots and boot fuses, device partitioning and crypto engines
addressing zero-day vulnerabilities within a IoMT context
identifying and assessing security flaws in legacy devices built before the advent of embedded security modalities
how the FDA’s Medical Access Innovation Plan will lead to accelerated timelines for fragmented patch updates and other firmware
Check out the incredible speaker line-up to see who will be joining Nick.