A free 45 minute presentation that will explore cybersecurity issues in wireless medical devices, including wearables and implants, such as ECG monitors, cardiac pacemakers/defibrillators, insulin pump systems, gastric stimulators and deep brain neurostimulators.
Vulnerabilities in these wireless medical devices have put patients’ privacy and safety under various risks, and may lead to having personal medical information stolen and settings in medical devices changed by malicious attackers.
This will also present several state-of-the-art cybersecurity schemes which are specifically designed to address security challenges in the wireless medical devices.
Presenter: Dr. Guanglou Zheng (Post-Doctoral Researcher, Security Research Institute)
Date: Wednesday 4 September 2019
Venue: Liberty Training and Conference Centre, Ground Floor, 197 St Georges Terrace, Perth, WA 6000
Networking opportunities and light refreshments provided.
Who should attend? Healthcare/medical professionals and students, network security and cyber security professionals, information security officers and anyone who has an interest in medical device security are encouraged to attend this presentation.
Dr. Guanglou Zheng has been working on wireless medical device security for over 5 years, and has a solid understanding of the challenges and requirements in this field. He is conducting research in the areas of medical system security, wearables, telemedicine, Internet of Things security, cloud computing and security and web security. He received a PhD degree from the Macquarie University, Sydney and previously worked as a telecommunication system, research and development engineer in the ZTE Corporation, China.
Register: Places limited so please register by Friday 30 August via Eventbrite
ECU is a recognised Academic Centre of Cyber Security Excellence.