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IoMT Risk Remediation: How Context-rich Assessments Rationalize Response Effectiveness, sponsored by Medigate.

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Drew Ganther
Regional Director of Sales - West, Medigate @Medigate
Drew Ganther is Regional Director at Medigate. Before joining Medigate as the first sales leader in the western US, Drew spent 7 years with an IT systems reseller and professional services organization where he helped create a cyber security consulting practice (later acquired by Insight). Drew's career started in IT training after he moved from Virginia Beach, VA to San Diego, CA with his Bachelors Degree from James Madison University in Harrisonburg, VA.
Matt Dimino, MBA, CISM, CRISC, HCISPP
Connected Asset Program Manager @First Health Advisory
Matt Dimino is on a mission to help our nation's public health sector and critical infrastructure recognize and prepare for tomorrow's IoMT cyber threat landscape. Matt comes to First Health as a Connected Asset Program Manager. He brings a wide range of technical, security, academic, and HTM knowledge to this team. Matt has over 15 years of experience in various roles, from university associate faculty to HTM leadership roles, many of those years as a practitioner in medical device security. Throughout his career, he has developed multiple security programs, integrated complex architectures, performed security consulting, and developed risk assessment methodologies coupled with hands-on device hardening experience. A significant focus for Matt is to expand on IoMT risk management strategies and prepare First's customers and partners for the future of IoMT.
Moderator: Martin Poulin, P.Eng., FCMBES
Director, Biomedical Engineering @Island Health
- Director of Biomedical Engineering for Island Health, Victoria, BC, on the west coast of Canada.  - 22+ years management - 5 years in the medical device development industry in Vancouver. - Master of Engineering in Clinical Engineering from UBC - Past President of CMBES