Upcoming: Securing the Future of Connected Healthcare - Strategies for Product Lifecycle Compliance and Protection

Published on June 13, 2024

Upcoming: Securing the Future of Connected Healthcare - Strategies for Product Lifecycle Compliance and Protection

Date: Tuesday, July 30, 2024

Time:  4:00 PM Eastern Daylight Time

Duration:  1 hour

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With more clinical environments taking advantage of technology and connected devices brings an increased need to manage security from the very start.  Protecting vulnerable patients and the hospital itself becomes more complex, challenging, and necessary as technology evolves.   

Based on decades of experience in the medical industry, Ezurio and B.Braun Medical will expand on the approach to ensure successful, safe and future proof solutions in clinical environments.  

In this webinar, we'll discuss:

  • Lifecycle approach to medical designs, ensuring systems remain current with FDA, regulatory, and wireless standards.
  • The important sync between safety and security.
  • Options for layering security (COT, CVE, FIPS 140) to protect the patient and the hospital.
  • Chain of Trust Device Security.
  • Software Vulnerability Monitoring and Remediation.
  • FIPS 140-3.

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Greg Janke - Director, Medical Market, Ezurio

Director for the Medical vertical at Ezurio with responsibilities for strategy aligned with VOC and with overlaying engagement into major accounts.

My goal is to provide a flexible service around platform and connectivity selection and implementation, to ensure results aligned with the customer's requirements and product lifecycle.

Robert Smigielski - Manager Product Cybersecurity, B.Braun Medical

Engineering manager over the product security lifecycle of B.Braun medical devices. My goal is ensuring the security of all aspects of smart programmable medical devices and medical device network communication.

Decades of embedded software engineering & development in telecommunication infrastructure creating high reliability secure firmware. History of effective hands-on software design and development with deep experience in embedded systems as well as application level software development. Device drivers targeting both Linux and real time operating systems for embedded platforms.

I have proven experience in software life cycle development process - from concept through design, development, integration, and customer support.

My philosophy is - protect the device to protect the patient and the hospital.

Tom Salemi - Editorial Director, DeviceTalks

DeviceTalks Editorial Director Tom Salemi has been writing and talking about the medtech industry for over two decades. Prior to joining WTWH Media, Tom organized conferences, wrote feature articles and broke news for industry-leading business-to-business publications. Tom lives north of his native Boston with his wife, two sons, and Daisy the Dog.

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