How connected medical devices are protecting patient data and patient safety by utilizing strong, comprehensive cybersecurity standards and penetration testing procedures for connected medical devices.
Join us for an educational webinar Tuesday, February 5, at 2 PM CST to learn how you can keep patients safe and prevent the exposure of sensitive patient data with UL Cybersecurity Assurance Program (UL CAP) certification and white hat vulnerability exposure testing.
In this complimentary webinar, industry experts will share the importance of medical devices meeting FDA guidelines and third-party cybersecurity standards, ongoing cybersecurity testing, and established threat modeling processes associated. We'll also provide a live cybersecurity demonstration with a Class II medical device.
Key Learning Objectives
- Identify processes and procedures needed organizationally to handle cybersecurity compliance during development and post deployment of medical devices
- Functionalities needed during the design and development of new medical devices to help prevent cybersecurity risks
- Assessing and managing software weaknesses in commercially available software used in medical devices
- Understanding White Hat security testing and tools needed to find security breaches via hacking
- How standards help in demonstrating cybersecurity resilience to regulators and customers
Gain insights from a panel of industry experts
Anura Fernando is UL's Chief Innovation Architect for Medical Systems Interoperability & Security. His multidisciplinary academic background includes degrees in Electrical Engineering, Software Engineering, Biology and Chemistry as well as practical experience in clinical medicine. Recently, he has been involved in root cause analysis of software-based system failures into UL's Cybersecurity Assurance Program (CAP), based on the UL 2900 family of standards, with applications in data analytics, cloud computing, edge computing (IoT), machine learning, and artificial intelligence. He has global responsibility for all UL medical device software related certification programs and is a member of numerous domestic and international standardization committees and government advisory committees such as MDICC, FDASIA, HHS HCIC Task Force, NIH QMDI, PRISMS, etc.
Dr. Mike Rushanan serves as the project lead for Harbor Labs' healthcare clients, with a focus on medical device developer software, medical firmware and device communications protocols. Dr. Rushanan also specializes in hardware exploits and applied cryptography, and is the lead instructor for much of Harbor Labs cybersecurity coursework. Dr. Rushanan holds a Ph.D. in Computer Science from Johns Hopkins University.
Chaitanya Srinivasamurthy is a Technical Director of Cybersecurity & Medical Device Connectivity for ICU Medical, Inc. Chaitanya has over 10 years of experience with building secure wireless connectivity solutions for Medical devices. He is responsible for both strategy and execution of cybersecurity and connectivity solutions for ICU Medical, Inc. Infusion pump portfolio. As part of this he leads various cybersecurity activities; including designing Cyber Security policies, Threat Analysis, Threat Modelling, Penetration Testing & customer interactions regarding Cyber Security incidences. He has experience in FIPS 140-2 & UL 2900 certification of Medical devices. He actively participates in hackathons like DEFCON and NCCoE's wireless Infusion pump study. He also actively participates in standards bodies such as UL 2900 & AAMI Device security.
Moderated by Dr. John Beard, MD; Medical Director, ICU Medical. Anesthesiologist leader of the Medical Affairs division at ICU Medical.