The rapid adoption of connected IoT medical devices has both enhanced the quality of care and increased the vulnerability of healthcare organizations. Although almost 10 months have passed since WannaCry first disrupted the industry, many organizations continue to struggle to implement a comprehensive security plan against such attacks. Reliable real-world data of Connected Medical Devices from the perspective of cyber security, simply did not exist.
In this session, we will share the exclusive details and statistics based on analysis of tens of thousands connected medical devices deployed in real-world environments. Learn how your organizations compare with the studies that outline the types of devices in-service, devices with the most security issues and the most common cause of security issues in connected medical devices. Most importantly, learn how to plan your security implementations based on concrete research data not previously available.
May Wang, PhD, Chief Technology Officer, ZingBox