Life Threatening Hacks:

Mobile Health, EHRs and Medical Device
Data Security




Wednesday, February 25th, 2015
12:00 – 1:30 p.m.

Drexel University – Rush Building, Rm 014
30 North 33rd Street
Philadelphia, PA

What we do

The event is free. Space is limited so please

Join the discussion

Rapid technological innovation in mobile health and medical devices has led to major advances in medical care and treatment. Given the aging baby boomer population, mobile health, Electronic Health Record systems and medical devices have become increasingly critical to our nation’s health IT infrastructure. But the pacemaker hack used to assassinate the Vice President on the TV show “Homeland” provided a graphic illustration of the dangers posed by weak cyber security in these systems. While this story was fictitious, the existence of life-threatening hacks is not. Time and again, exploitation of Medical Device vulnerabilities have been demonstrated and Mobile Health data has been stolen.

Join in the discussion as this panel of industry experts explores key issues relating to cyber risk in Mobile Health, EHRs and Medical Device systems. The group will share their fascinating perspectives on cyber security, ranging from coding, firmware and application development, mobile health law and compliance and cyber risk management for healthcare organizations, device manufacturers and patients/consumers.

Meet the Panel

Lisa Clark Partner, Duane Morris, LLP
Angel Rivera Developer, POINT.iO
Jay Orler Security & Infrastructure, Lightbeam Health Solutions


Ben Goodman President, 4A Security

About the Moderator

Ben Goodman is President of 4A Security and Compliance. 4A Security is focused on helping Healthcare organizations manage cyber risk while complying with the security and privacy requirements of federal and state regulations. In addition to helping healthcare organizations assess their cyber risk and protect their information assets, 4A Security helps organizations develop Cyber Risk Management strategies that build organizational resilience across the
enterprise. Ben has worked in and around the technology industry for over two decades and he is a member of the Casualty Actuarial Society Cyber Risk Task Force, OWASP, ISACA, the Cloud Security Alliance, and the Information Systems Security Association.

Ben is the recipient of ISACA’s “CRISC Worldwide Achievement Award.”
CRISC: Certified in Risk and Information Systems Control.

New York – Philadelphia