Cybersecurity Management: Addressing the Insecurity of Medical Things
Butler Snow attorney Paul S. Rosenblatt and Carolyn Purwin Ryan of Cipriani & Werner, PC will lead this live webcast on medical device cybersecurity management.
Medical device cybersecurity management, coupled with stricter FDA regulations and scrutiny, is undergoing a wide extension in scope and scale due to the increasing demands for affordable, more convenient, and sophisticated healthcare services. Global technological advances have led to the incorporation of micro-processors and chips into almost any device imaginable, including medical devices such as a heart pacemaker.
The internet and network connectivity have provided the right platform to build intelligent and real time healthcare services. However, along with new serious cybersecurity issues and threats is a growing need for effective cybersecurity requirements across the full product lifecycle of medical devices, applications, and software.
Developing dependable medical devices can be a long and tedious process. Innovations in medical devices also come with liability risks considering the serious harm that software defects may cause to users and patients. In this light, a panel of industry thought leaders and diverse professionals in cybersecurity risk analysis system organized by The Knowledge Group will help the audience understand the latest trends and critical issues in 2017 and will go beyond the basics of Medical Device Cybersecurity Management. Speakers will provide tools and best practices in establishing and conducting robust risk assessments for medical devices and in overseeing and monitoring cybersecurity programs. They will also offer practical tips to minimize damage and liability in the event of a security breach.
The panel will also discuss, but not limited to:
- FDA Cyber Security Guidance – An Overview
- Medical Device Software: FDA Device Guidance
- Cybersecurity Measures in Product Design
- Cybersecurity Requirements and System for Medical Devices
- Standard Cybersecurity Frameworks
- Cybersecurity Risks and Consequences
- Medical Device Design and Cyber Security Risk Mitigation and Management
- Legal Risks of Medical Device Breaches
- Legislation Trends and Best Practices
- Healthtech Law Attorneys
- Healthcare Service Providers
- Medical Device Industries Professionals
- Medical Device Manufacturing Companies
- Cybersecurity Officers
- Software Architects
- Privacy Law Attorneys
- Chief Compliance Officers
- Risk and Compliance Managers
- Privacy and Data Security Lawyers and Consultants
- Technology Attorneys
|Prerequisite:||Experience in data security and privacy law or healthcare law|
|Method Of Presentation:||Group-Internet Based|
|NASBA Field of Study:||Information Technology – Technical|
|NY Category of CLE Credit:||Areas of Professional Practice|
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