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Ryuk: Protecting Clinical Engineering from Ransomware Attack
Please join healthcare thought leaders, including Clinical Engineering executives, Cyber Security specialists, CMOs, CISO's and MDs for a diverse, thoughtful and deeply interesting panel discussion on preparedness for Ryuk, its impact on the healthcare industry.

Dec 2, 2020 01:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Speakers

Dr. Saif Abed
Partner and Director of Cybersecurity Services @The AbedGraham Group
Dr Abed is a medical doctor and healthcare cybersecurity/national security expert. His primary fields of specialisation are cyber-warfare and crime targeting hospitals and safety critical infrastructure. Based in London, Dr Abed is a Partner and Director of Cybersecurity Services at the clinical security advisory and technology firm, The AbedGraham Group, and holds additional independent expert roles for the European Commission, World Health Organisation and UK Infrastructure and Projects Authority. Academically, he holds degrees in Medicine (St.George’s Hospital Medical School, University of London), Management (Cambridge University) and Software and Systems Security (Oxford University).
Tracey Hughes
Senior Director of the Clinical Engineering @Duke Health Technology Solutions
Tracey Hughes is the Senior Director of the Clinical Engineering at Duke Health Technology Solutions. Her leadership, clinical engineering and healthcare technology expertise spans more than thirty years. She spent the first twenty years of her career with Aramark Healthcare (now TRIMEDX) having achieved the position of Vice President of Operations for Clinical Technology Services. Her current responsibilities with Duke Health include oversight of the clinical engineering management program – with oversight of over 55,000 active medical devices – as well as working closely with the ISO, Compliance and Supply Chain on cybersecurity surrounding medical devices. Tracey has earned a Bachelor’s of Science in Biomedical Engineering Degree from Tulane University and a Master’s of Management in Clinical Informatics Degree from Duke University School of Medicine.
Pablo Rincon Crespo
VP of Cybersecurity @Cylera
Pablo Rincon is VP of Cybersecurity at Cylera, a NY-based startup specializing in medical device protection and vulnerability management. He is an authority in the space of cyber threat intelligence, highly specialized in Healthcare APTs like Orangeworm, being first to spot the relation of Kwampirs with Shamoon APT, and has presented some of his findings at security conferences all over the world. Before joining Cylera, Pablo worked for companies such as AlienVault, Emerging Threats, Qualys, Buguroo, his own startup and Suricata (OISF), and has participated in the design and development of a wide range of security solutions, SIEM, IPS, WAF, Digital Surveillance and Early Warning, Vulnerability Manager, and Information Leak Prevention System. He has also collaborated in IR, forensics and malware analysis for IBEX35 companies.