HIMSS | Exhibitor/Presentation
Innovations in connected medical devices and patient care and support are coming at a fast and furious pace. But what’s alarming, is that security is still an afterthought. At this year’s HIMSS conference in Orlando IBM Security and Irdeto are presenting their solutions to help secure the Internet of Medical Things. Come and visit us at the Irdeto booth (#6580) or the IBM Watson booth (#6459).
Venue: Orange County Convention Center
Visit us at booth number: 6580
Mark Hearn, Director of IoT Security and Business Development, Irdeto
Mark Hearn is the Director of IoT Security and Business Development at Irdeto. He is responsible for leading Business Development strategies to secure organization’s IoT applications and connected devices. Mark has been with Irdeto since 2003, through Irdeto’s acquisition of Cloakware. Mark is a seasoned Product Management executive with 20 years of bringing technology and business requirements together to solve market problems, particularly within Media Entertainment and Security markets. In addition to being a product leader in the private sector, Mark has also provided Business Analysis security consulting into the Canadian government and has spoken at security conferences. Mark holds a Bachelor of Computer Science from Acadia University in Nova Scotia, Canada and has received certifications in Product Management, Technical Marketing and Strategic Marketing.
Topic Title: How to Manage the Emerging Threat from the Internet of Medical Things
Date & Time: February 14, 2019 at 12pm
Location: IBM Watson booth (#6459)
The Internet of Things brings increased connectivity to all markets and industries, enabling a wide-array of new services for customers and new business models for service providers. Internet of Medical Things (IoMT) is not only accelerating the advances of science, but also enabling a more human approach to healing. Data allows us to refine treatments, better networks enable more timely care, and streamlined workflows improve operational productivity for healthcare organizations.
However, as connected medical devices multiply and the value of personal data goes up, IoMT becomes exponentially more attractive to hackers and cyber criminals. With increased connectivity and often developed on standard platforms, new IoMT devices give hackers opportunity to move to a new generation of Ransomware, to gain greater access to personal health records or to take control over these medical devices, to name just a few.
This session will describe how IoMT innovators can rely on a full end-to-end threat monitoring solution for patients, devices and network security. Starting at the network edge with hardened IoMT devices and software, expanding to real-time alerts of any security anomalies, immediate deployment of Incident Response Teams and renewable software. The right security strategy and technology gives you access to state-of-the-art security to protect your IP, reputation and revenue – more importantly, it ensures your patients remain safe in your care.
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