On January 14, 2020, Microsoft will end support for Windows 7, Windows 2008, and Windows Mobile, leaving untold millions of Internet of Medical Things (IOMT) devices vulnerable to new exploits that will no longer be resolved with security patches.

Join us on October 31st when BlackBerry Cylance VP of Global Solutions and Alliances Steve Struthers and Sr. Director of Product Management Mike Bruchanski, assess the implications for medical device makers, healthcare delivery organizations (HDOs), and the patients who rely upon them for quality care. Among other topics, Steve and Mike will discuss:

  • Why medical device hacking has become the primary cyber concern for 61% of device makers and 59% of healthcare organizations according to a recent Ponemon Institute report
  • The types of medical devices most likely to be affected
  • How BlackBerry Cylance is working with device makers and HDOs to minimize these vulnerabilities and close these security gaps

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Earn One CPE Credit When You Attend

This webinar is eligible for your continuing professional education credit. Attendees in the International Information System Security Certification Consortium (ISC)2 Program will earn one credit for attending this webinar.

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