WHO: Jarman Joerres, a senior software architect, cybersecurity specialist, and co-founder of MedAcuity, a leading software engineering firm for the MedTech industry. For the past 20 years, Jarman has worked with clients on both strategic and tactical levels to clear hurdles that are rooted in software.
The MedAcuity team of over 100 Boston-based software engineers works exclusively with MedTech clients to achieve target outcomes for their patients and businesses by clearing software engineering hurdles.
WHAT: With connected devices here to stay, why do MedTech manufacturers and healthcare providers consistently struggle with security, and how can this situation be improved?
In partnership with the New England Healthcare Executive Network, Jarman will be the keynote speaker of a virtual panel discussion with leaders from Mass General Brigham, Insulet Corporation, and Foley Hoag. The focus will be on exploring how primary stakeholders in the healthcare ecosystem can develop and leverage devices in a way that provides tighter security against the threat of cyberattacks.
Following Jarman’s remarks, the panel of multidisciplinary experts will explore the root causes of exposure, the implications, and potential risk mitigations that can be employed to prevent patient and business harm. There will also be an interactive audience Q&A.
WHEN: October 5, 2020 | 8:00 – 10:00am ET
WHERE: Registration for the virtual event is closed.
MedAcuity is a specialized engineering firm that focuses on medical technology software development. The trusted and experienced firm was founded in 2007 by a team of seasoned software engineers who identified opportunities to fill gaps in the engineering expertise and efficiency facing the medical technology industry. MedAcuity offers extensive experience across the MedTech industry with full life-cycle software development and subspecialties in other areas including tool validation, algorithm development, and cybersecurity.
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