“Many medical devices—including implantable cardiac devices—contain configurable embedded computer systems that can be vulnerable to cybersecurity intrusions and exploits. As medical devices become increasingly interconnected via the Internet, hospital networks, other medical devices, and smartphones, there is an increased risk of exploitation of cybersecurity vulnerabilities, some of which could affect how a medical device operates.” – FDA
Medical device cybersecurity is a looming threat that often appears in the news. Unlike most cybersecurity programs that merely raise the dreaded spectre of what may go wrong, this highly interactive workshop focuses on practical steps that manufacturers can take. How can you design and test secure products, monitor safeguards for effectiveness, and what emergency procedures should be in place to minimize damage and liability in the event of a breach?
Immediately preceding the Medical Device Cybersecurity conference, MedTech Intelligence will present a separate but related program on Medical Device Software. A discount is available for people who register for both programs.
This unique conference on medical device software for non-software professionals brings together diverse experts experienced in bridging the gaps and providing knowledge and tools to help oversee medical device software and connected systems throughout the product life cycle, from optimizing a collaborative development process through validation, risk management, and postmarket surveillance and modifications. No software experience is necessary.
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