Add to my Schedule Central Park East - 6th Floor May 08, 2018 WORKSHOP
Identify - "Develop the organizational understanding to manage cybersecurity risk to systems, assets, data, and capabilities." 10:45 AM - 12:00 Noon

 In the near future, a crisis unfolds at a hospital: patients on automated drug infusion machines overdose, hacked insulin pumps lead to car crashes, and internal defibrillators flatline weakened hearts. Clinical staff are unprepared and ill-equipped to treat these complications, as they are all unaware of the true culprits behind the crisis. This scenario played out in first-of-their-kind clinical simulations at the CyberMed Summit in June, 2017, with scary yet unsurprising results: healthcare cybersecurity is in critical condition. This session will share lessons learned from the world’s first ever clinical simulations that challenged the modern healthcare system to deal with demonstrated hacks by leading cybersecurity researchers; and invite participants to engage in candid conversations about the state of healthcare cybersecurity.

Anatomy of a Medical Device Hack
In the near future, a crisis unfolds at a hospital: patients on automated drug infusion machines overdose, hacked insulin pumps lead to car crashes, and internal defibrillators flatline weakened hearts. Clinical staff are unprepared and ill equipped to treat these complications, as they are all unaware of the true culprits behind the crisis. This scenario played out in first-of-their-kind clinical simulations at the CyberMed Summit in June, 2017, with scary yet unsurprising results: health care cybersecurity is in critical condition. This session will share lessons learned from the world’s first ever clinical simulations that challenged the modern healthcare system to deal with demonstrated hacks by leading cybersecurity researchers; and invite participants to engage in candid conversations about the state of healthcare cybersecurity.

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Atlantic Council
Cyber Safety Innovation Fellow, Scowcroft Center for Strategy and Security
DEF CON
BioHacking Village Project Manager
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