Medical Device System Security and Reliability
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Medical devices are embracing wireless communication and internet connectivity to improve patient care and detect early warning signs. Although these devices will significantly improve care, they also bring new risks due to global computing infrastructures such as the Internet that are physically infeasible to secure. This presentation will address approaches to help companies mitigate security and privacy risks.
Presented by Nathanael Paul, Research Scientist, Cyberspace Sciences and Information Intelligence Research Group, Oak Ridge National Lab, at IQPC's 13th Software Design for Medical Devices conference in May 2010.
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