I think it’s really a must-attend event for CX professionals. I’ve gone to other events in the past and this surpasses all of them.
Do your Cybersecurity Plans consider Biomedical Engineering?
November 18th, Successfully held
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.
Participation in the Virtual Roundtable is free of charge to qualified attendees. Once you’ve completed the registration, we’ll confirm your invitation and send you a calendar invite with a link to the meeting.
If you don’t qualify, we’ll suggest other learning events that may be a better fit for you.
Here’s what attendees at past events have said:
A lot of other conferences I’ve gone to are driven off a podium, someone presenting me a solution before they understand my problem. Here I have an opportunity to talk to my peers and learn from them.
I’m not part of some enormous crowd out there. I’m getting lot of interaction, hearing from people, their own personal stories. Individual examples of how people are leveraging their CX skills in their industry, in their business, in the work that they do everyday.
Very intimate, Very one-on-one! You are able to really get a lot of candid responses, so we’re getting a ton of value from that and a lot of valuable insights.