As attacks on healthcare and life sciences organizations grow and evolve, internet of things (IoT) devices are becoming an increasingly large target. But most companies’ incident response plans were written for a pre-IoT world, creating risk by not adapting to the unique capabilities and constraints of IoT. In this discussion, hear from top security leaders in healthcare and life sciences discuss their experiences building and executing an incident response program for IoT. Understand what concepts can be imported from your traditional IR program, and which will need to change. From maintaining an inventory to having the right detection technology stack, this will be a holistic view of the state of incident response on IoT and a look towards the future.
Senior Director of Product
Head of IS, University of Illinois Hospital
VP IT/CISO, Memorial Health System
Dir. of Medical Device & IoT Security, Henry Ford