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Why YOU should care about Medical Device Security. Explore real-world industry events and understand your risks.

NOV
09
2020
09. NOV 2020

Lecture electronica Conferences > electronica Medical Electronics Conference > Session 2: SAFETY, SECURITY & REGULATORY

17:00-17:30 h | Virtual

• Objectives: Review real examples of cybersecurity hacks and failures, relating those to the target audience above. Objective to learn about the real risks of attacks and ways to mitigate those risks. Impress upon the audience that within the medical device space Security = Safety. • Methods: Presentation of real-world examples along with offering design choices available. • Results: Results will be clearly shown how unsafe, insecure systems can damage corporate image and market value. • Conclusions: The audience will appreciate the levity and need to employ appropriate security measures that ultimately lead to patient safety. Opportunities for the Medical Internet of Things (MIoT) to revolutionise healthcare have recently exploded. COVID-19 and the need for patients to recover in place has provided remote patient monitoring that shot-in-the-arm it’s been looking for. Increased connectivity between devices and medical services are producing unprecedented quantities of patient data. This rather large and rather new connected world in the medical device space provides not only the potential of increased patient risk in terms of safety, and security issues but for the healthcare community overall. There have been some very public examples of successful cybersecurity attacks. This presentation will explore those industry events and market trends, as well as examine some system level technology helping to secure the Medical Internet of Things.

Subjects: Medical Electronics

Speaker: Steven Dean (ON Semiconductor)

Type: Lecture

Speech: English

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• Objectives: Review real examples of cybersecurity hacks and failures, relating those to the target audience above. Objective to learn about the real risks of attacks and ways to mitigate those risks. Impress upon the audience that within the medical device space Security = Safety. • Methods: Presentation of real-world examples along with offering design choices available. • Results: Results will be clearly shown how unsafe, insecure systems can damage corporate image and market value. • Conclusions: The audience will appreciate the levity and need to employ appropriate security measures that ultimately lead to patient safety. Opportunities for the Medical Internet of Things (MIoT) to revolutionise healthcare have recently exploded. COVID-19 and the need for patients to recover in place has provided remote patient monitoring that shot-in-the-arm it’s been looking for. Increased connectivity between devices and medical services are producing unprecedented quantities of patient data. This rather large and rather new connected world in the medical device space provides not only the potential of increased patient risk in terms of safety, and security issues but for the healthcare community overall. There have been some very public examples of successful cybersecurity attacks. This presentation will explore those industry events and market trends, as well as examine some system level technology helping to secure the Medical Internet of Things.

Speaker,
ON Semiconductor

Steven Dean

Steven Dean has over 25 years of experience in the semiconductor and medical device fields, now leading ON Semiconductor in Business Marketing in their Signal Processing, Wireless, and Medical Division.  Past appointments have included, Director of Business Development at Medtronic Corporation, Director of Marketing at Texas Instruments, and Director of Segment Marketing of Freescale Semiconductor. Steven obtained his degree in Electrical Engineering from Purdue University, with postgraduate work in Business.

Steven Dean

ON Semiconductor

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Speaker,
ON Semiconductor

Steven Dean

Steven Dean has over 25 years of experience in the semiconductor and medical device fields, now leading ON Semiconductor in Business Marketing in their Signal Processing, Wireless, and Medical Division.  Past appointments have included, Director of Business Development at Medtronic Corporation, Director of Marketing at Texas Instruments, and Director of Segment Marketing of Freescale Semiconductor. Steven obtained his degree in Electrical Engineering from Purdue University, with postgraduate work in Business.

Steven Dean
Business Marketing Manager, Signal Processing, Wireless, and Medical Division

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