Mitigating Cybersecurity Risks through Implementing Regulatory Standards and Industry Frameworks while Increasing Collaboration between Manufacturers and Health Delivery Organizations to ensure Proactive Approaches to Device Security
As medical devices continuously evolve to include more connected products, cybersecurity professionals are tasked with the challenge of ensuring compliance with regulatory requirements in addition to multiple frameworks and standards. With the updated FDA pre-market draft guidance, cybersecurity executives are deciphering how to align risk assessments and material lists as well as monitor changes to industry initiatives such as MITRE’s scoring system and the MDS2 document. Additionally, device manufacturers must effectively collaborate with health delivery organizations throughout the procurement process and continue a mindset of shared responsibility to mitigate cyber risks and patch vulnerabilities on products. Building on conference knowledge share and successes of past years, the 2019 program will showcase experts in cybersecurity from across the industry including the device manufacturer and the health delivery organization perspectives. Through detailed case study presentations and open forum panel discussions, this year’s presenters will address a wide range of issues from information sharing, new regulatory requirements such as the EU Cyber Law, and developing vulnerability screening and penetration testing. The 4th Annual Medical Device Cybersecurity Risk Mitigation meeting will foster a sense of collaboration and promises to be a valuable program to those who are looking to streamline and enhance cybersecurity programs.
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