2nd Annual Medical Device Cybersecurity Risk Mitigation Conference

Monday, July 17 - Tuesday, July 18

Analysis & Clarification of the FDA Post-Market Device Cybersecurity Management Guidance, Continuously Identifying Vulnerabilities & Ensuring Robust Threat Response Strategies all while Proactively Integrating Cybersecurity into Device Design

Residence Inn | Arlington, VA
July 17, 2017
7:45 AM

Throughout the medical device industry, manufacturers are increasingly developing products including cutting-edge technology linked to online networks or to other medical devices. Recent cases of medical device hacking have shed light on the obscure world of cyber-criminality, and created awareness of potential device vulnerability to security breaches. The industry is therefore analyzing strategies to ensure product safety and reduce information security risks to a minimum, in the effort of continuously providing innovative and safe, technology to patients across the globe. Among various solutions utilized to address the increase in medical device cyber threats, including cybersecurity measures in initial product design as well as implementing a transparent communication strategy to educate all stakeholders involved ensure a proactive approach to potential risks.

Exploring topics such as the FDA post-market final guidance and on cybersecurity vulnerability disclosure, this conference provides a tremendous opportunity for industry to come together & discuss solutions to critical challenges. In addition, case study sessions will provide the audience with enhanced understanding of strategies for risk mitigation and security compromises. Throughout the program, presenters’ perspectives will draw on a wide variety of stakeholders, including medical device manufacturers, health care providers, legal and regulatory perspectives to provide participants with a wide platform for knowledge share. Combining educational program content & optimal networking, the Medical Device Cybersecurity Conference will enable participants to discuss the development of a robust cybersecurity plan and response strategy that for organizations to support the shared goal of working safely and effectively with device products.

Kroll's Stephen Kopeck will participate in the 9:00 am Keynote Panel on day one of the conference: Innovative Multi-Stakeholder Collaborations to Improve Medical Device Cybersecurity.

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