San Francisco, CA
June 11-12, 2018

Christian Dameff

Emergency Medicine Physician
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.

June 12, 2018
10:35am - 11:15am
Grand Ballroom

Gone are the days when loss of PHI was the industry’s biggest worry: We now face a looming patient-safety crisis.Vulnerable medical devices are being recalled and equally vulnerable devices continue to be produced.

In this session, two clinicians-security researchers simulate a medical device breach, demonstrating the peril and possibilities healthcare now confronts in a world of connected, technology-dependent medicine.

Following the simulation, the speakers will share medical-device security best practices and participate in an audience Q&A.

Key takeaways:

  • Healthcare cybersecurity threats are now patient safety threats - with real world implications on morbidity and mortality.
  • Collaborations between clinicians and information security professionals can produce secure solutions that lead to delivery of higher quality care.
  • Healthcare delivery organizations and information security firms need to move beyond a data protection, regulatory compliance mindset and tackle this challenge from a clinical outcomes perspective.

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