Cybersecurity in Medical Devices

Join us December 5 in Columbus

There are millions of digitally connected medical devices in use today. Research predicts that the market for healthcare-related Internet of Things (IoT) products will be worth over $136 billion worldwide by 2021. Throughout the medical device industry, manufacturers are developing products that include cutting-edge technology linked to online networks or integrated with other medical devices.

This IoMT (Internet of Medical Things) event will feature medical device and diagnostics professionals discussing their challenges and opportunities with networked medical device design, governance, risk management, and more. Participants will discuss the development of a robust cybersecurity plan, and response strategy, for organizations to support the shared goal of enhanced patient safety and improved outcomes.

Join us at this exciting event to learn and network with experts in this increasingly critical field.

Agenda Topics

11:45 am – Registration & Interactive Networking Lunch

1:00 pm – Welcome from John F. Lewis Jr., President & CEO, BioOhio

1:05 – Opening Remarks & Setting the Stage

1:20 – FDA Cybersecurity – Current Regulatory Insights

  • Carla M. Wiese, Product Development Strategist, Regulatory, NAMSA

2:10 – Legal and Risk Elements Present and Future, Issues That Need Your Attention

3:00 – Networking Break

3:15 – The Internet of Medical Things (IoMT) – Networked Medical Devices / In Vitro Diagnostics

4:15 – Governance and Assembling a Response Plan/Team

  • Rick Brooks, Director of Electrical, Software, and Systems Engineering; DeviceSecure Services, Battelle

4:45 – Closing Remarks followed by Networking Reception

In partnership with

CMD Medtech - 300
Washbush Business Law - 300

Sponsored by

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TSP 2018 - 200


The Nationwide & Ohio Farm Bureau 4-H Center

2201 Fred Taylor Dr.

Columbus, OH 43210


BioOhio Member – $99

Non-Member – $199

Student – $49