Medical devices are being designed to encapsulate virtually all of the functionality and complexity within the software. Considering today’s technologically advanced threat landscape, building in safety and security has never been more important.
Cyber-criminals are using vulnerable network connected medical devices as a gateway to install malware on hospital networks. It is essential for manufacturers to secure their connected devices and use operating systems that provide foundational safety and security suitable for life critical applications.
This year’s DeviceTalks Minnesota features four tracks packed with expertly curated content created by the industry for the industry.
ECO-SYSTEM TRACK: focuses on issues impacting medtech companies across Minnesota and beyond. TECHNOLOGY TRACK: drills down on the hottest new tech that is changing medtech. REGULATORY 201 and CLINCAL 201 TRACKS: Hosted by Medical Alley and focuses on the most important trends in regulatory and clinical development.
Take a look at our full agenda.
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