A Roundtable Discussion: Thawing Out Healthcare Technology's Special Snowflake Cybersecurity Challenges

A Roundtable Discussion: Thawing Out Healthcare Technology's Special Snowflake Cybersecurity... © Copyright AAMI 2017. Single user license only. Copying, networking, and distribution prohibited. The Big Picture A Roundtable Discussion Thawing Out Healthcare Technology’s ‘Special Snowflake’ Cybersecurity Challenges Roundtable Participants Robert Jensen How secure or insecure is Stephanie Domas It’s true that the medical healthcare technology today? device community has a long way to go, but so Robert D. Jensen does every community that has devices that are is president and Scot Copeland Healthcare technology is not connected to the Internet. The medical com- CEO of AAMI. doing so well. Traditional information technol- munity has been very quick to try and adapt to Email: rjensen@ ogy (IT) we have a real good handle on, but aami.org solutions that are out there. But the truth is once we go outside of that, from a healthcare every technology industry is struggling. provider’s perspective, we really don’t. Eugene Vasserman When asked how secure or Scot Copeland Rick Hampton If we compare ourselves to other insecure we are, one of the biggest problems is is a medical IT industries, I don’t think we’re doing as bad as a that we’re not sure we even know. Healthcare is network risk lot of people say we http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Biomedical Instrumentation and Technology Allen Press

A Roundtable Discussion: Thawing Out Healthcare Technology's Special Snowflake Cybersecurity Challenges

A Roundtable Discussion: Thawing Out Healthcare Technology's Special Snowflake Cybersecurity Challenges

© Copyright AAMI 2017. Single user license only. Copying, networking, and distribution prohibited. The Big Picture A Roundtable Discussion Thawing Out Healthcare Technology’s ‘Special Snowflake’ Cybersecurity Challenges Roundtable Participants Robert Jensen How secure or insecure is Stephanie Domas It’s true that the medical healthcare technology today? device community has a long way to go, but so Robert D. Jensen does every community that has devices that are is president and Scot Copeland Healthcare technology is not connected to the Internet. The medical com- CEO of AAMI. doing so well. Traditional information technol- munity has been very quick to try and adapt to Email: rjensen@ ogy (IT) we have a real good handle on, but aami.org solutions that are out there. But the truth is once we go outside of that, from a healthcare every technology industry is struggling. provider’s perspective, we really don’t. Eugene Vasserman When asked how secure or Scot Copeland Rick Hampton If we compare ourselves to other insecure we are, one of the biggest problems is is a medical IT industries, I don’t think we’re doing as bad as a that we’re not sure we even know. Healthcare is network risk lot of people say we are. If you look at what manager at not the worst or the best, but I would say it is happened with the WannaCry ransomware, Scripps Health in definitely not secure enough for the criticality of San Diego, CA. there were some major incidents with the services that are being provided. We have other Email: copeland. British National Health System because critical infrastructure that’s not sufficiently scot@scrippshealth.org funding was cut in the middle of a big upgrade. secure and can kill people, but healthcare The hospitals that upgraded their equipment Stephanie Domas systems do so directly and quickly with little or before the funding cuts didn’t have problems, is the lead medical no warning....
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Biomedical Instrumentation and Technology
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Copyright AAMI 2017. Single user license only. Copying, networking, and distribution prohibited.
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0899-8205
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1943-5967
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10.2345/0899-8205-51.s6.10
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© Copyright AAMI 2017. Single user license only. Copying, networking, and distribution prohibited. The Big Picture A Roundtable Discussion Thawing Out Healthcare Technology’s ‘Special Snowflake’ Cybersecurity Challenges Roundtable Participants Robert Jensen How secure or insecure is Stephanie Domas It’s true that the medical healthcare technology today? device community has a long way to go, but so Robert D. Jensen does every community that has devices that are is president and Scot Copeland Healthcare technology is not connected to the Internet. The medical com- CEO of AAMI. doing so well. Traditional information technol- munity has been very quick to try and adapt to Email: rjensen@ ogy (IT) we have a real good handle on, but aami.org solutions that are out there. But the truth is once we go outside of that, from a healthcare every technology industry is struggling. provider’s perspective, we really don’t. Eugene Vasserman When asked how secure or Scot Copeland Rick Hampton If we compare ourselves to other insecure we are, one of the biggest problems is is a medical IT industries, I don’t think we’re doing as bad as a that we’re not sure we even know. Healthcare is network risk lot of people say we

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Biomedical Instrumentation and TechnologyAllen Press

Published: Nov 1, 2017

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