In this podcast, David Finn shares why technical vulnerabilities and risk to medical devices are so important and the risks we aim to address from the core business of healthcare to security for the sake of security. The No. 1 focus we have in healthcare technology is patient safety and he discusses what makes biomedical device security so much more difficult than securing traditional end-points, why this even an IT security issue and how to engage clinical engineering and administrators in addressing the issue. David shares what providers can do now to secure and manage biomedical devices on their network.
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