Cyber Security Nordic is aimed at top executives and corporate board members. The international event was held 26-27 September at Messukeskus Helsinki, Expo and Convention Centre, the biggest exhibition and congress arena in Finland.
Held at the AAMI offices, Harken Meeting Room, 4301 N. Fairfax Drive, Ste. 301, Arlington, VA 22205 October 5th and 6th. AAMI Working Groups 1, 2 and 3 presented their respective documents, and AAMI balloted the following drafts as provisional Standards: HIT1000-1, HIT1000-3, and HIT1000-4. Work also focused on preparing to ballot the final part of the series—HIT1000-2 as a provisional Standard in early 2018. For information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Defense Strategies Institute DOD/VA & OV HEALTH IT SUMMIT at the Mary M. Gates Learning Center, Alexandria, VA, Oct 17-18. DSI’s 13th DoD/VA & Gov Health IT Summit was a unique forum that allows personnel from DoD, VA, Federal and State agencies to convene with leaders from Industry and Academia that support them. The forum featured speakers representing the DoD, VA, Government Agencies, Academia, and Private Industry to describe efforts to better leverage IT and informatics to realize a data-driven, patient-centered military
The California Medical Instrumentation Association hosted the 2017 CMIA Symposium at the Doubletree Sacramento in Sacramento, California on Friday October 27, 2017. With 150+ attendees, this one-day conference focused on educational offerings for biomedical engineers to learn and develop skills. There were 10 educational, professional development, and personal development sessions.
The MDISS FALL CONGRESS on medical device security and patient safety, October 31st and November 1st at the George Mason University School of Law in Arlington, Virginia brought together >150 of the nation’s most respected medical device security experts • device security researchers • clinicians • lawmakers • healthcare delivery CIOs & CISOs • regulators • clinical engineers • patients & patient advocates • public health, policy & cyberlaw experts • threat intelligence analysts ...for two days of collaborative innovation advancing patient safety, public health and critical infrastructure protection through medical device cybersecurity. PARTICIPATING ORGANIZATIONS INCLUDED: US Food & Drug Administration • US Dept of Homeland Security • US Dept of Health and Human Services • George Mason University • NH-ISAC • New York University • Intuitive Surgical • Crowell & Moring • Dorsey & Whitney LLP • National Security Institute• Boston Scientific • Novasano
The AdvaMed Cybersecurity Summit brought together experts across the device security spectrum. Experts provided in-depth and timely updates on the state of medical device cybersecurity, including issues related to FDA requirements and cybersecurity management practices.
This Healthcare Security summit spotlighted the critical cybersecurity challenges facing healthcare sector organization. Attendees explored why a focus on compliance-driven security risk programs can put entities at a great disadvantage in dealing with these challenges – and what’s needed to implement a more war-minded approach to battle the evolving threat landscape. A stellar lineup of industry influencers presented on how you can strengthen your defenses against ransomware and other forms of cyber-extortion; improve your organization’s ID access management policies; bolster breach prevention, detection, response; and address the increasing security risks posed by medical devices, among other issues. Sessions have been intentionally designed to address the needs of CISOs, fraud and risk teams, security and IT professionals, and many others by providing hands-on tools and real-world problems and solutions that attendees can take back to their organizations long after the our two-day summit end.
Fairmont Scottsdale Princess, Scottsdale, AZ Nov 28-30 2017.
Healthcare providers and device manufacturers mix with leading academics and security experts who will teach you how to identify, prevent, and recover from cyber attacks. A 2.5-day educational workshop for healthcare providers, medical device manufacturers, and industry regulators to learn and speak frankly about medical device security threats and solutions. January 15-17, 2018 in Orlando, FL.
We are at a critical juncture in healthcare. As an industry, we must combat cybersecurity threats in multiple dimensions and on many fronts. The Summit will bring together healthcare, medical device, and security experts to offer a unique complete end-to-end perspective on the cybersecurity environment – from the economics and motivations of ransomware authors to the needs of the patient. The Summit will offer practical solutions to many of the daunting security challenges facing medical device and connected health technology companies, healthcare providers, payers and patients.
Jennifer Cawthra, Healthcare Sector Lead, National Cybersecurity Center of Excellence, National Institutes of Standards and Technology (NIST)
Phil Englert, VP Health Systems, MDISS
Matthew Green, PhD, Assistant Professor, Department of Computer Science, Johns Hopkins University
Michael Taborn, Chief Architect, IOTG Healthcare Sector, Intel Corporation
Ron Williams, Chief Architect, IBM Security Systems
Axel Wirth, Distinguished Technical Architect, Symantec
Use discount code 28 for a $300 discount on the registration fee.
For additional information and to register, please visit: http://tcbi.org/iotmdsec/
The Indiana Biomedical Society was formed in 1990 as a result of a clinical engineering survey at Methodist Hospital of Indianapolis, which indicated that biomedical techs felt like they weren’t a recognized group.