Cybersecurity & Healthcare
Cybersecurity & Healthcare Day:
« Medical devices, connected objects and cybersecurity »
New healthcare models increasingly rely on networked devices, biosensors and remote infrastructure that host and process patient data. These connected objects and systems allow remote monitoring, diagnosis and seamless treatment across both hospital and community settings, including patients' homes.
While these high levels of device connectivity and the use of artificial intelligence enable improved data transfer and patient outcomes, they may expose patients and healthcare organisations to greater cybersecurity threats and vulnerabilities. These risks to patient safety must be addressed throughout the life-cycle of networked medical devices and other connected healthcare solutions, from design and manufacturing to deployment and use by healthcare providers and patients.
The conference will bring together key players in healthcare cybersecurity to help delegates gain a better understanding of the current regulatory, scientific and technical landscape of the industry. The agenda will include:
Insights into the state of play of healthcare cybersecurity and the role of artificial intelligence by speakers from the research community;
Presentations and round tables about the emerging trends in the industry and the regulatory and legal framework with public bodies, government agencies and legal experts specialising in the field;
Opinions and feedback about medical device cybersecurity across hospital and community settings, by:
o business leaders, biomedical engineers…healthcare facilities
o medical device manufacturers, homecare providers
o cybersecurity solution providers and firms…
The European perspective in government and industry.