Body Computing, Security & Human Safety
Last year, over 100 massive security breaches impacted millions of consumers like you. In healthcare, these security breaches become more personal - and dangerous - as technology increasingly integrates with our bodies via wearables, prosthetics and medical devices. It’s high time clinicians, innovators, patient advocates and government agencies collaboratively design a safer ecosystem: looking beyond our data to proactively protect people from a new violation: the hacking of the human body.
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- How can we build proactive cyber protections into digital health to protect people's data and personal safety, and limit damage from breaches?
- What parts of digital medical care and delivery are the most vulnerable today, and why? What are the real risks body computing-related breaches?
- What can we learn from national security agencies about how to mitigate risk and create a safer ecosystem, not just for health data, but for PEOPLE?
- Dr. Leslie Saxon, Executive Director, USC Center for Body Computing
- Beau Woods, Deputy Director, Atlantic Council
- Michael Chertoff, Chairman, The Chertoff Group
Leigh Durst, IEEE
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