According to recent surveys, an estimated 87% of healthcare providers use Internet of Things (IoT) devices, so it’s no surprise that attacks against healthcare have increased by over 60% year over year. The trifecta of remote workers, an ever expanding attack surface and unsecured endpoints has provided a trove of opportunities for cybercriminals. How can healthcare professionals leverage IoT technology to provide cutting edge patient care, yet be safe from inbound attacks? How can healthcare security professionals protect the growing endpoint universe? And what does the roadmap look like for connected and secure healthcare in the future?
If you’re looking for answers to these questions, then please join this exclusive executive roundtable on Securing Medical Devices – The Next Threat Vector
Guided by insights from Fortinet experts, this invitation-only forum will also draw upon the experiences of the attendees. Participants will discuss the challenges of managing connected healthcare security now and in the future.
Topics discussions will include but not limited to the following:
- What are the security challenges presented by telehealth and telemedicine?
- What are the security risks for consumer medical devices?
- What technology tools should healthcare organizations be investing in to secure their medical devices?
- How can I be sure that my organization is staying competitive in the rapidly evolving connected medical devices field?
The format of the forum will incorporate open discussion and your participation.
May 19, 2021
3:30 PM EDT - 5:30 PM EDT
Before joining Fortinet, Troy held the positions of Chief Information Security Officer at Beaumont Health and Director, Chief Information Security Officer at Sanford Health where he had oversight of the Security Technology, Security Operations, Identity and Access Management, and Governance Risk and Compliance (GRC) Teams.
Troy has been instrumental in forming multiple healthcare cyber security boards that focus on the medical device and IoT security and national healthcare cyber security task forces and engaging the education sector to produce more healthcare cyber security graduates and professionals. Troy has extensive public speaking experience at multiple national and regional conferences, speaking to members of congress, senate, and government agencies educating and advocating for healthcare cyber security. He holds degrees in computer information systems from the University of Mary and North Dakota State College of Science.
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