Medical Devices Conference North 2018

Wednesday 21st February 2018, Cloth Hall Court, Leeds LS1 2HA



Medical devices of all types are now routinely being supplied with Wi-Fi connectivity or a LAN port as standard. Clearly, technology has an ever increasing part to play in making these devices more efficient,  effective and safer in the treatment of patients. However, it is also evident that there are security risks associated with malicious interference in their operation, the integrity of the data that they produce and consequential risk to other IT systems on the network.



Medical Device Connectivity and Interoperability: Managing risk, realising benefits will give valuable insights into: 



  • How connected medical devices and the systems they are connected to can be protected from attack

  • How connected medical devices and the systems they are connected to can be protected from in-house misuse

  • How to safely transfer patient data from medical devices using Patient Data Management Systems or to a Central Monitoring System

  • The importance of increased inter-agency working between suppliers, clinical engineers, IT departments and end users in order to understand and manage risks

  • New technological developments

  • ISO 80001-1 and what it means

  • MHRA guidance

  • Network Inventory Vulnerabillity - do you know what is connected to your network?

  • Changing staff behaviour
Join us to hear insights and best practice case studies from healthcare experts, network with your peers and meet with solution providers.

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