Cybersecurity Summit
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Cybersecurity Summit

 Export to Your Calendar 4/26/2018
When: April 26, 2018
1pm-5pm
Where: United States
Contact: Healthcare & Med Device Cyber Security Series
763-548-1309

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THE CYBER SECURITY SUMMIT IS HOSTING THREE EVENTS FOCUSING ON HEALTHCARE AND MEDICAL DEVICE SECURITY DURING 2018.  PLEASE JOIN US FOR THESE INFORMATIVE SESSIONS.

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Post-Market Management of Fielded Medical Devices

Thursday, April 26, 2018 1-5PM

Location: Medtronic

This session will cover such topics as:

  • What is a “software bill of materials” and how can it be generated and communicated?
  • What tools are available to support monitoring 3rd party software for new reported vulnerabilities?
  • Virus checkers, white listing – what is the best approach?
  • Getting to where the end user can apply 3rd party patches directly – what can enable this strategy?
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Healthcare System Management of Medical Devices

Thursday, July 26, 2018 1-5PM

Location: TBD

This session will cover such topics as:

  • How to work with vendors to best design a secure medical device network?
  • How do you get a seat at the procurement table so secure devices are being purchased?
  • How to you specify security requirements to vendors?
  • Oh no – there has been a system merger/acquisition – how do you manage the medical device inventory?
  • Device discovery techniques – what do you have, what does it contain, and where is it?

 

“Table Stakes” in the Development and Deployment of Secure Medical Devices

Monday, October 22, 2018 1-5PM

Location: Minneapolis Convention Center as a pre-event workshop before Cyber Security Summit 2018

This session will cover such topics as:

  • Basic threat modeling and risk assessment
  • Cyber-hygiene – how do you harden a medical device?
  • What are the basic requirements for security testing and how best to get that done?
  • Procurement interactions between hospital and manufacturer – what to expect?
  • Patching best practices