Webinar Wednesday continues to deliver valuable content. The recent Cynerio-sponsored session “Medical Device Security Lifecycle Management” was presented by Daniel Brodie and eligible for 1 credit from the ACI.
This 60-minute webinar featured Brodie, co-founder and CTO of Cynerio Inc., as he examined the three stages of medical device security lifecycles. He focused on best practices and key milestones for effectively managing device lifecycles from an IT security perspective. He also discussed the importance of aligning the clinical engineering and IT departments.
The webinar, which drew almost 200 attendees for the live presentation, received positive reviews in a post-webinar survey.
“Encompassing illustration of life of medical devices with IT elements,” A. Warren, QA manager, said about Brodie’s presentation.
“Good information for our program and applicable for our use,” HTM Director K. Forsythe said.
“Interesting information toward a change in the future of how to develop IoMT into hospitals,” shared J. Tamaiz, general manager.
“Seemed very helpful to organizations starting the travel down the security road,” said M. Slater, supervisor, biomedical electronics.
“A good overview of medical device security lifecycle management, including risks and usage,” said M. Katz, associate.
“Cybersecurity is a growing concern at healthcare delivery organization. HTM must know how to countermeasure cyber threatens for connected devices. This webinar provided us with a big scope in this area from the beginning to the end,” said T. Koh, MET.
Attendees were also asked, “How would you describe Webinar Wednesday to your colleagues?”
“Worth the time, very informative,” said R. Cremer, director.
“Great source of information you wouldn’t normally be exposed to,” said J. Pleiman, senior biomedical electronics technician.
“A great resource for learning about the trending topics in healthcare technology management,” Biomedical Engineer A. Barth said.
“Easy to join meetings and moderation is excellent,” Equipment Support Technician J. Banuelos said.
“Informative on the day’s subject/topic. Presenters possess a very good working knowledge of their subject matter,” said Design QA Staff Engineer S. Trainor.
“Gives you the ability to maintain your CBET as well as learn new skills or learn of new products,” said J. Carter, BMET.
For more information about Webinar Wednesday, including recordings of previous presentations and a calendar of upcoming webinars, visit our webinar page.
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