The advent of technology, with smart hospitals, telehealth and connected medical devices including mobile platforms, has made healthcare much more efficient and effective but has also made data and operations more vulnerable to malicious actors. As a result, the health and public health community needs to be ever vigilant in order to remain protected and resilient. Part of this vigilance comes from collaboration and trust in ways that industry has never collaborated and trusted before.
Come hear Denise Anderson, President of the NH-ISAC and Dale Nordenberg, MD, Co-Founder and Executive Director, MDISS, discuss an exciting collaboration between their two organizations as well as the efforts underway between the medical device manufacturers and providers in accomplishing a new groundbreaking initiative to advance the security and safety of medical devices for patients’ and the public’s well-being.
Explain the meaning and use of threat intelligence information
Identify challenges for the collection of threat intelligence data for medical devices
Explain medical device risk assessment approaches and how crowdsourcing assessments can accelerate cost-effective access to medical device risk assessments
Explain the role of the NH-ISAC and how medical device stakeholders can securely contribute data to the NH-ISAC to promote device security, patient safety and critical infrastructure protection