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Pre-Conference Workshop Day

Tuesday December 10, 2019

Workshop A

Beyond Security Frameworks: Operationalizing Cyber Security
9.00 am – 12.00 pm

Background:

This session will explain how regardless of the data security framework that is adopted for new or existing devices, certain operational capabilities are required to support the installation and support of connected medical devices.

Participants will learn:

• How to minimize regulatory overhead when adopting patch management and other responses to security threats
• Insight behind how cybersecurity impacts corrective and protective action (CAPA)
• Best practices to prepare your supply chain for cybersecurity requirements
• The key infrastructure and resources required for cybersecurity

Workshop Leader

Tim Gee

Tim Gee
Principal

Medical Connectivity Consulting

Workshop B

Cybersecurity & the Future of Remote Patient Monitoring
1.30 pm – 4.30 pm

Background:

Healthcare delivery organizations need guidance on how to set up and support users who may not know how to make sure their home networks and mobile phones are secure.

This session shares how network-connected medical devices outside the clinical environment are integrated and installed securely. Come to this session to explore the importance of patching and monitoring for indications of abnormal behavior that may indicate device failure or compromise.

Participants will learn:

• The similarities and differences between networkconnected medical devices in clinical settings versus residential environments
• The relative cybersecurity challenges and best practices throughout the lifecycle of remote devices

Workshop Leader

42tek - David Snyder

David Snyder
President

42TEK, Inc.