Our Managing Director, Colin Morgan, recently participated on a panel discussion entitled Managing Cyber Risk for Life Sciences Technology.
Discussion Overview is as follows:
The life sciences and technology industries are rapidly converging. Today, many life sciences companies are aligning with technology providers to create transformative care solutions — embedding sensors and other technology in the human body to enhance the quality, speed, and sophistication of patient care.
While offering enormous benefits for treatment, these advances also introduce new cybersecurity risks and draw increased regulatory oversight. And in the COVID-19 era, the accelerated development and adoption of medical tracking and diagnostic technologies are intensifying the need to address such risks.
How can manufacturers, providers, and other health care ecosystem stakeholders manage the complex cybersecurity issues associated with the development, integration, and patching of new and legacy health technologies, while also complying with evolving regulations – and protect themselves from potential liabilities?
Please join Marsh and our co-panelists on Wednesday, August 12, 2020, at 12 pm ET for an insightful discussion about the assessment and management of risks associated with the digitization of the life sciences industry.
Leading public policy and legal experts will join our cyber specialists to explore these important issues and offer best practice recommendations on assessment and management of such risks. Conversation will focus on how government and industry are addressing the cybersecurity risks and regulatory challenges associated with digital health technologies.
The webinar can be found here: https://www.marsh.com/us/insights/research/managing-cyber-risk-for-life-sciences-technology.html
- Jessica Wilkerson, Cyber Policy Advisor, Center for Devices and Radiological Health, U.S. Food and Drug Administration
- Brian Finch, Partner, Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman LLP
- Greg Garcia, Executive Director, Cyber Security, Healthcare and Public Health Sector Coordinating Council
- Colin Morgan, Managing Director, Apraciti, LLC
- Matthew McCabe, Senior Vice President, Marsh