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April 2018 Monthly Event

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The Insecurity of Things (IoT) in Medicine: How Will We Get Through the Next
Security Nightmare?

Date/Time:Friday, April 27, 2018, 1800-2100
Location: The New Sanno Hotel, Minami-Azabu, Minato-ku, Tokyo
Speaker: Matthew Ownby, Chief Instructor at 3H Communications

The New Sanno is a U.S. military complex, and requires an official government issued identification card with picture (ie. DoD CAC, DoD Dependent ID, DoD Retired ID, Passport, Resident Registration Card, etc. ) for entry. See below for more information.

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Summary: The first FDA caused recall of 465,000 pacemakers by Abbott Labs due to a security invulnerability hit the medical IT world in 2017. Johnson and Johnson and many other insulin pump manufactures have reported that their own devices have been vulnerable to hacking in 2016 and even earlier.

The loss of money or identify theft due to a black hat hacker can be a big pain. But it is much worse if ransomware puts a stop to a pacemaker of someone you know just for money or for the lulz. This isn`t some episode of Homeland. This a real problem, right now. This talk will highlight the problems of how the current trends of rushing to tie Internet of Things(IoT) to medical devices has turned the dream of telemedicine into a security nightmare. During this talk you will be encouraged not only to discuss the seriousness of this problem, but to also take part in discussion on how we together can come up with practical solutions to make things safer, sounder, and significantly more secure.

Please come so you can learn more about IoT in medicine as well contribute a healthy discussion about this important topic.

Speaker Biography: Matthew has been involved in the IT industry for almost twenty years. He started out working at NASA within their Space Medicine section and continued to focus working in the medical IT field when at companies like Cisco and the number one AIDC manufacturer in Japan. He has recently pivoted to focus on training engineers and technical leads in communication and presentation skills, but remains an private advocate for better security in medicine.

Important Information: The New Sanno is a U.S. military complex, and requires an official government issued identification card with picture (ie. DoD CAC, DoD Dependent ID, DoD Retired ID, Passport, Resident Registration Card, etc. ) for entry.

If your passport was issued from one of the following countries, please contact us as soon as possible:

Afghanistan, Algeria, Bahrain, Bangladesh, Belarus, Bosnia and Herzegovina, China, Cuba, Djibouti, Egypt, Georgia, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Iran (Islamic Republic Of), Iraq, Israel, Jordan, Kazakhstan, Korea(Democratic People’s Republic Of), Kuwait, Kyrgyzstan, Lebanon, Libyan Arab Jamahiriya, Macau, Malaysia, Myanmar (Burma), Nigeria, Pakistan, Palestinian Territory (Occupied), Qatar, Russian Federation, Rwanda, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, Somalia, South Africa, Sudan, Syrian Arab Republic, Taiwan (ROC), Tajikistan, Tunisia, Ukraine, United Arab Emirates, Uzbekistan, Venezuela, Yemen.

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