CyberMed

28.01.2020 | 15:00-17:30 | Pavilion 2 - Hall I

The cyber arena is growing and with it, the challenges and opportunities affecting the healthcare industry. Hospitals have successfully improved operational efficiency and patient well-being with technologies like IoT, Deep Learning, Big Data, and AI. However, rapid technology adoption, outdated legacy systems and the human risk factor, make hospitals and other health organizations vulnerable to cyber breaches. 

Cyberattacks on health institutions have become more common and sophisticated, leaving sensitive data and networks susceptible to ransom. Interestingly enough, medical records are worth more to hackers than credit card information. Why is that and is the threat imminent? Which technologies can be used to mitigate the threats?

As one of the single events focused on cyber for the healthcare industry, CyberMed will be taking place at Cybertech Global for the 3rd year in a row. This unique event brings together local and international professionals from healthcare providers to government institutions, digital health startups, investors, and academic institutions.

CyberMed presents cyber challenges and opportunities for the healthcare industry. The event will facilitate discussion on the latest cyber threats affecting the healthcare industry, tactics, and technologies used to improve cyber defense and security of medical devices. We will also explore opportunities that the cyber era brings to the healthcare industry. 

Audience

The session is open to all attendees with relevant conference credentials. There is no need to pre-register for this session. 

CyberMed | Hall I - P2
15:00–15:05
Opening Words
15:05–15:15
Case Study: Editing X-Ray Images to Add or Remove Cancer
15:15–15:45
Med Tech: ML, AI and Big Data Implementation and Integration – Challenges and Opportunities I Panel
15:45–15:55
Bio Hacking
15:55–16:05
Tales From the Trenches - Lessons Learned from Ransomware and Other Incident Response Engagements
16:05–16:20
Protecting the Healthcare Industry I Fireside Chat
16:20–16:30
Greater Collaboration between Medical Device Manufacturing, Security Researchers, Physicians, Regulators, and Patients
16:30–16:40
Medical Ethics in the Cyber Era
16:40–17:00
Open Questions and Closing Remarks: Hospitals Recognized as Critical Infrastructure - Yes or No
15:00–15:05
Opening Words

Host: Prof. Rivka Carmi, MD, Former President, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev

15:05–15:15
Case Study: Editing X-Ray Images to Add or Remove Cancer

Tom Mahler, Ph.D. Candidate, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev

15:15–15:45
Med Tech: ML, AI and Big Data Implementation and Integration – Challenges and Opportunities I Panel

Moderator: Prof. Rivka Carmi, MD, Former President, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev

Speakers:

Prof. Varda Shalev, CEO, Kahn-Sagol-Maccabi Research and Innovation Institute

Dr. Nathalie Bloch, Head of Big Data and AI at ARC Innovation Center, Sheba Medical Center, Tel Hashomer, Israel  

15:45–15:55
Bio Hacking

Prof. Shmuel Shapira, Director General, IIBR

15:55–16:05
Tales From the Trenches - Lessons Learned from Ransomware and Other Incident Response Engagements

Iain Paterson, Managing Director, Cycura Inc

16:05–16:20
Protecting the Healthcare Industry I Fireside Chat

Moderator: Daniel Bren, Co-founder & CEO, OTORIO

Speakers:

Dr. Inbal Meir, Data Scientist, Lynx

Yoni Goldwasser, Director of Venture Development, APX

16:20–16:30
Greater Collaboration between Medical Device Manufacturing, Security Researchers, Physicians, Regulators, and Patients

Roberta Hansen, Director, Product Cybersecurity, Abbott

16:30–16:40
Medical Ethics in the Cyber Era

Pierre Medevielle, Senator of Haute-Garonne, French Senate

16:40–17:00
Open Questions and Closing Remarks: Hospitals Recognized as Critical Infrastructure - Yes or No

Prof. Rivka Carmi, MD, Former President, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev

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