CyberMDX - Do Your Cyber Security Plans Consider Biomedical Engineering?
Common Sense Virtual Roundtable:

Do your Cybersecurity Plans consider Biomedical Engineering?

November 18th, Successfully held

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Here’s what we discussed:

Biomedical engineers responsible for healthcare technology management (HTM) make significant decisions that affect your hospital’s cybersecurity posture. Whether it is procuring new medical devices, managing device end-of-life, or connecting devices to your network, it’s critical that any decisions they make consider device security, data integrity, and patient safety. Does your cybersecurity strategy align with and involve your biomedical engineering team?

In this roundtable, we discussed some of the challenges facing biomedical engineers – from procuring devices that have potential vulnerabilities to lack of device visibility and centralized management – and how to support their initiatives and integrate them into your overall cybersecurity strategy.

Moderated by 

Rich DeFabritus
Sr. Director, Product Marketing at CyberMDX
Paul Vinson
Director, Sales Engineering at CyberMDX

Who attended?

Children's Hospital of Philadelphia
St Luke's
UVA Health
Stamford Health
Hawaii Pacific Health

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