His talk, Medical Device Security in a Connected World, will address issues faced by hospitals as they implement technologies intended to improve patient care, both remotely and on site.
McDonald has more than 35 years of healthcare experience and holds degrees in Nursing, Education, and Information Systems. He has worked in direct patient care, management, electronic medical record implementation, and information technology and security.
The full agenda for Internet of Medical Things is relevant for scientists, engineers, IT experts, managers, cybersecurity officers, compliance officers, and biomedical researchers concerned with cybersecurity in their work.
Additional discussants include Mitchell Parker, CISO at Temple Health University System; Dr. Robert Jamieson, Chief Information Security and Privacy Officer at Mallinckrodt Pharmaceuticals; Rebecca Herold, President of Simbus 360; and Shelby Kobes, President at Kobes Security, Inc.
The BioPharma Research Council (BRC) offers this symposium as part of its mission to foster partnerships across the many silos of biomedical research. Founded in 2009, the BRC is a nonprofit association for scientists, engineers, managers, and IT experts across the many silos of biomedical research.
Full information: www.biopharmaresearchcouncil.org