The vast increase in the use of both digital and medical device technologies in health care has resulted in improved health outcomes, greater efficiencies, and a better quality of life for Americans. However, with increased health care digitization and connectivity comes an increased risk of cybersecurity threats.
Join experts in cybersecurity, medical devices, and health information technology at BPC on June 28 to examine cybersecurity risks associated with medical device technology and the strategies and policies that can help address such risks.
Can’t join in person? The event will be webcast. Join the discussion or submit a question on Twitter by using @BPC_Bipartisan #BPClive
Executive Chairman and Co-Founder, The Chertoff Group; Former Secretary, U.S. Department of Homeland Security
Robert B. Ford
Executive Vice President, Medical Devices, Abbott
Senior Counselor, Beacon Global Strategies; Former Acting and Deputy Director, Central Intelligence Agency
William V. Murray
President and CEO, Medical Device Innovation Consortium
Leslie Saxon, MD
Chief, Division of Cardiovascular Medicine; Professor of Medicine and Clinical Scholar, Keck School of Medicine of USC
Director of Health Innovation, BPC