Wednesday 27 September

Cyber in MedTech – Meeting room 207

Medical Device Cyber Security and Cyber Quality: Past, Present and Future

CO-sponsored and presented by:

Finnish Healthtech Technology Association – Healthtech Finland
Medical Device Innovation, Safety and Security Consortium – MDISS
Finnish Information Security Cluster – FISC

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Cyber Vulnerabilities and Risks in the Healthcare Ecosystem


9.30 Opening remarks
Dr. Tommi Rasila, Chairman of Jetico Inc and Injeq Inc, Board member of FISC, Chairman of Cyber Security Nordic

9.35 Introduction to the session
Mr David Chartier, moderator, CEO of Novasano.

9.45  Where we came from and the challenges we face with the explosion of online device
Mike Ahmadi CISSP, Global Director – Critical Systems Security

10.20  GDPR – What’s in it for us?
Tom Ståhlberg, Healthtech Finland

10.40  Discussion

10.55  Attack surface at a modern Hospital
John C Lewin MD – health innovator, futurist, and policy wonk!

11.30  What do we do and where do we go from here
Chris Clark, Synopsys Inc, University of Maryland University College

12.05  Comment: The Finnish Perspective
Veli Mäkelä, VP of A and BD at Planmeca Inc, Chairman of HealthTech Finland

12.15  Discussion and Closing remarks
Mr David Chartier, moderator, CEO of Novasano.

12.30  End of the Seminar

David Chartier

Mr David Chartier, moderator, CEO of Novasano

David is a serial entrepreneur. In 1996 he started his first company, InfoStream, which  IPO’ed in 1999 and later sold in March of 2000. He has been working  Cyber security since the mid 90’s and has been a member of Medical Device Innovation, Safety and Security Consortium (MDISS) helping improve the security of online medical devices.
Since then David has built and exited a number of other companies  along with holding multiple board positions along the way.The last company he ran was Codenomicon, a well-known cyber security software company. Codenomicon gained some notoriety after it discovered the Heartbleed vulnerability in 2014 and was later sold to Synopsys in the summer of 2015. Today he is the CEO of Novasano, a new start up in the medical device cyber security and cyber quality space.


Mike AhmadiMr Mike Ahmadi CISSP, Global Director – Critical Systems Security

Extensive background in both Project Management and Information Systems for projects addressing cyber security in multiple vertical industries, including energy and health care. Actively serving as a member of the Medical Device Innovation, Safety, and Security Consortium (MDISS).
Specialties: Threat Modeling, Risk Analysis, Security Regulatory Policy, Security Standards, Anti-Cloning, Anti-Counterfeiting, iPhone Applications,Windows Mobile Applications, Android Applications, Mobile Strategies, Mobile Development, Client/Server Applications,Smart Grid Security,Cyber Security, mHealth


 

John C. LewinMr John C Lewin MD – health innovator, futurist, and policy wonk!

John C. (Jack) Lewin, MD has recently joined the MDISS team. He is Principal and Founder of Lewin and Associates LLC of New York City, and is also Chairman of the National Coalition on Health (NCHC) of Washington DC. Lewin and Associates is a consulting organization focused on launching health start-up companies and also on developing policy and advocacy positions for health sector companies and government. The NCHC is a highly respected national advocacy organization in Washington DC representing 90+ national health sector organizations with collectively over 150 million members.


Chris Clark Mr Chris Clark, Synopsys Inc, University of Maryland University College

Chris is a twenty-two-year veteran of the Information Technology world who uses his experience in hospital systems, medical device testing, and cyber security to help healthcare organizations effectively integrate meaningful security practices into their environments. Chris holds a Masters in Cyber Security from the University of Maryland University College as well as having held numerous certifications throughout his career. Chris has worn many hats, including roles as Project Manager, Director of Information Systems, hospital system CIO, and Security Evangelist. Chris also participates with Standards bodies to ensure effective security requirements are included in the development of future Standards. Chris currently is focusing on helping customers in the healthcare field to minimize their cybersecurity risks by engaging and sharing his knowledge and experiences in the hopes of building a more cyber resilient future.