Boston, MA
Oct. 15-16, 2018

Christian Dameff

Emergency Medicine Doctor
University of California, San Diego

Christian Dameff is an emergency medicine physician, hacker, and medical cybersecurity thought leader and researcher whose security research topics include hacking critical healthcare infrastructure and medical devices, topics on which he has been invited to speak at some of the premiere infosec conferences in the world including DefCon and RSA. He is currently completing a clinical informatics fellowship at the University of California San Diego.

October 16, 2018
11:00am - 11:40am
American Ballroom

Healthcare cybersecurity is in critical condition. Physician hackers Christian Dameff and Jeff Tully take the audience to the frontline of efforts to save lives threatened by ransomware and runaway pacemakers. Watch a live simulated medical device hack as an unsuspecting doctor faces the reality of practice in a brave new world of insecure technologies and vulnerable patients.
Key takeaways

  • Understand how recent attacks and device vulnerabilities threaten patient lives.
  • Explore the recommendations of the healthcare industry Cybersecurity Task Force.
  • Witness a doctor undergo a live clinical simulation of a hacked medical device.

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