As we continue to move towards a “Care Anywhere” healthcare model, the number and complexity of Connected Medical Devices will increase.
Advances in computer science, engineering, and electronics have already led to a new generation of connected medical devices that permit access to real-time patient data and the opportunity to monitor and adjust treatment remotely; however, these advances offer benefits at the cost of creating more opportunities for cyber threats.
Watch as Mark Philmore, Client Director of Science and Technology, explores the opportunities within the changing landscape of medical devices, and the healthcare ecosystem, along with what makes firms attractive to cyber criminals and what the insurance industry is doing to protect firms, patients and data.
During this 45-minute session, you will:
- Understand how the medical device landscape is changing.
- What emerging risks do healthcare providers and medical device companies face in using connected devices?
- Why healthcare businesses are a target for cybercriminals.
- How the insurance market is adapting to these new risks.