PRIVACY & SECURITY FORUM: A HIMSS EVENT

San Francisco, CA
May 11-12, 2017

Kevin Fu

Associate Professor, Computer Science and Engineering
University of Michigan

Kevin Fu is associate professor of computer science & engineering at the University of Michigan, where he conducts research on computer security and healthcare as part of the National Science Foundation’s Trustworthy Health and Wellness (THAW.org) Frontiers project. He also directs the Archimedes Center for Medical Device Security, whose mission is to improve medical device security through research and education, and he co-founded Virta Labs, a healthcare cybersecurity company based in Ann Arbor, Michigan.

Over the last decade, Kevin has given nearly 100 invited talks on medical device security to industry, government, and academia—including Senate and House hearings, the Institute of Medicine, and National Academy of Engineering events. Beginning with his 2006 security seminar at FDA CDRH, Kevin’s medical device security efforts were recognized with a Fed100 Award, Sloan Research Fellowship, NSF CAREER Award, MIT TR35 Innovator of the Year award, and best paper awards on medical device security by organizations such as IEEE and ACM. Kevin earned a Ph.D., master’s degree, and bachelor’s degree from MIT and he also holds a certificate of achievement in artisanal bread making from the French Culinary Institute.

May 12, 2017
12:00pm - 12:40pm
Grand Ballroom

Today, it would be difficult to find medical device technology that does not critically depend on computer software. Network connectivity and wireless communication has transformed the delivery of patient care. The technology often enables patients to lead more normal and healthy lives. However, medical devices that rely on software (e.g., drug infusion pumps, linear accelerators, pacemakers) also inherit the pesky cybersecurity risks endemic to computing.

What’s special about medical devices and cybersecurity? What’s hype and what’s real? What can history teach us? How are international standards bodies and regulatory cybersecurity requirements changing the global manufacture of medical devices?

This talk will provide a glimpse into the risks, benefits, and regulatory issues for medical device cybersecurity and innovation of trustworthy medical device software.

May 12, 2017
10:45am - 11:25am
Grand Ballroom

One of the best ways learn is to network with your peers. This session will provide an opportunity to meet speakers and attendees who have similar privacy and security challenges and discuss solutions to those challenges.

Here's how it works:

Speakers will be stationed at different tables in the ballroom, and attendees can circulate and speak one-on-one or in groups with individual speakers. The speakers have been assigned different topics, but other topics can also be addressed.

Mingle, share and learn in this interactive environment.

Speaker Line-up

  • Darren Lacey, CISO, Johns Hopkins Medicine – Endpoint Security & Pen-testing
  • Darin Prill, Senior Director, Children’s Mercy Kansas City – Incident Response
  • Chad Wilson, Director of Information Security – Network Segmentation
  • Anahi Santiago, CISO, Christiana Care Health System – Medical Device Security
  • Heather Roszkowski, CISO, University of Vermont Health Network – Cybersecurity Strategy
  • Bruce James, Director of Security Architecture, Intermountain Healthcare – Identity & Access Management
  • Phil Alexander, Director of Information Security, UMC Health System – Security Automation
  • John Houston, VP, Privacy & Information Security, UPMC – 3rd Party Risk Management, Cloud Security
  • Sanjeev Sah, CISO, Texas Children’s Hospital – Mobile Device Management

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