Jedi-Level Security: Safeguard Your Connected Devices

Date: May 4th, 2023
Time: 1:00 pm to 1:45 pm
Location: Virtual

Are you ready to embrace the ways of the Jedi Order to protect and defend your organisation from cyberattacks? The healthcare industry is constantly facing threats from cybercriminals who seek to exploit vulnerabilities in connected medical devices. But fear not, as Medigate is here to guide you on your training journey towards achieving Jedi-level security.

Join us for an exciting “Jedi-Level Security: Safeguard Your Connected Devices” webinar where we will teach you how to wield your cybersecurity defences like a lightsaber to defend against cyberattacks and safeguard your republic of connected devices.

In this session, you will gain:  

  1. An understanding of the evolving threat landscape for connected devices in healthcare organisations.
  2. Insights on the risks and consequences of cyberattacks on medical devices. 
  3. Healthcare-specific best practices for securing connected medical devices and how to mitigate risks associated with legacy devices. 
  4. Knowledge of how to break down the silos between clinical and IT departments. 

Feel the force and face the dark side. Join our webinar as we enable you to harness your power and protect your healthcare-connected devices.

May the force be with you!

Presented by

Steve Woods, principal healthcare solution engineer, Medigate by Claroty
Steve is the Principal Healthcare Solution Engineer for Medigate by Claroty, overseeing the Asia Pacific and Japan (APJ) region. With more than 25 years of expertise in healthcare, networking, and security, Steve is passionate about enabling healthcare providers to identify and manage the risk of connected medical devices. In his current role, Steve works with healthcare customers across APJ on their cybersecurity journey from device identification through to micro-segmentation projects. Apart from his technical expertise, Steve is also an accomplished public speaker who frequently addresses topics related to healthcare security matters.

For more information, contact Connected Health.