* Your insulin pump suddenly overdosed?
* A patient’s bedside medication pump malfunctioned?
* A children’s hospital lost internet access from a cyber attack?
These aren't just examples; they've actually happened.
Medical devices and hospitals have been the targets of cyber attacks from hackers. The CyberMed Summit brings together the leading minds in cyber security to develop solutions to keep patients safe and medical technology secure.
Hosted by: Jonathan Lifshitz, PhD and Katie Brite, MD
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