IT Security in Medical Care
April 10, 2019
11:30 - 13:00
_Stage A, Hall 1.2
In this session the invited experts and practitioners will be presenting the diverse facets of IT security in a hospital. This will be illustrated graphically, using numerous examples of the experience gained in actual practice.
The session will begin with Julian Suleder, who will be using case studies dealing with the interconnection of various categories of medical equipment to explain some of the typical obstacles that can be observed.
He will be followed by Torben Klagge, who will describe the various stages being undertaken at the present time to apply IT security in a complex environment of university clinics and projects by clinical groups.
And what happens when something goes wrong and the IT systems suddenly fail?Andre Solarek will tell us about a wide-ranging command post exercise, explaining how the process nevertheless keeps functioning.
And to provide all the visitors with something that they can take home with them, in conclusion there is a small additional contribution by Maryna Khvastova on the subject of fitness trackers. This focuses on the IT security of six popular devices.
Together we can look forward to a fascinating session, so make sure that you secure one of the highly sought-after places.
Markus Holzbrecher-Morys, Deputy General Manager, German Hospital Federation
Thorsten Schütz, CIO, Itzehoe Medical Center, German Association of Hospital IT Managers (KH-IT)
Julian Suleder, Security Analyst, ERNW Research
Torben Klagge, Manager IT-Security, Sopra Steria SE
Maryna Khvastova, Scientific Associate, HTW Berlin
André Solarek, Department of Civil Protection and Emergency Planning, Charité-Universitätsmedizin Berlin