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LiveWorx 2018

s976 - Avoiding Titanic Failures in Healthcare

Session Description

I’m a healthcare professional. I’m a hacker. I’ve seen things - terrible things - and if we don’t correct our current course we are headed toward a disaster of Titanic proportions. They say those who don’t study history are doomed to repeat it, so we’ll extract lessons from one of the greatest tragedies of the 20th century. The Congressional Task Force Report on Healthcare Cybersecurity is our iceberg warning. Will we take decisive action? Or will we meet a similar fate?


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IoT
Security
There's a lot we can learn from the RMS Titanic disaster and there are parallels to connected medicine and healthcare cyber safety.
I will map the major root causes of the Titanic disaster to the Healthcare Task Force report and share some of the nightmares I have witnessed in a clinical environment.
Lastly, we'll chart a path to safer waters.
Cyber Safety Chats
15 minutes
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