Panel: Securing Healthcare
Ed Miller (CTO, Center for Medical Interoperability)
Connected health care is essential to achieving critical improvements in quality and cost of care. Networked health devices are embedded in our bodies, worn, used at home, used in doctor’s offices, and of course, are prevalent in hospitals. Each environment faces different threats, but clearly the personal and corporate risks of insecure devices and services are severe. Yet, no clear best practices or solutions for securing healthcare have gained widescale adoption, especially at the medical device level. This session will review industry efforts and highlight technologies addressing unique cybersecurity needs of the healthcare industry.
How We Got Here – The State of Medical Device Security in Healthcare
Michael Mover is Chief Information Officer for Saint Thomas Health, having served previously as Senior Director and Vice President of Information Services for Ascension Information Services (AIS) and Saint Thomas Health. Prior to his arrival at Ascension, Mover served as the Chief Information Officer (CIO) for Riverview Health, headquartered in Noblesville, Indiana for 8 years. Before joining Riverview, Mover served in various roles with national and international consulting firms such as Deloitte, Whittman-Hart and Haverstick where he was primarily engaged in strategy and implementation work for more 10 years. Mover has more than 20 years of experience in technology services, outsourcing and large-scale contract administration related to customer experience, IT strategy and relationship management. During his two years at Saint Thomas and AIS, he has led a matrixed organization of more than 130 IT professionals. Mover is a member of the Tennessee State University Technology Advisory Council for the BIS Department. He holds a BS degree in Business Administration from Indiana Institute of Technology and an MBA with a healthcare concentration from Indiana Wesleyan University.You’re Going to Plug that in Where?
Principal Architect for Network Security, Brian has been twice elected and is currently the chair of the Open Connectivity Foundation Security Working Group. Brian’s security experience includes PKI, blockchains, encryption, algorithm design and analysis, secure coding, governance, networking, device hardening, data protection and satellite communications. Brian holds a B.S.E in Computer Engineering (University of Michigan) and a M.S. in Computer Science (University of Colorado), he has extensive experience in software development and architecture, networking, cloud technologies, web services, development methodologies and has 13 patents pending final approval. Brian also has strong business involvement and holds an M.B.A. in Technical Strategy (University of Colorado) and has led multiple technology organizations in roles including Chief Scientist, CIO and CTO.