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CMDC News and Upcoming Events

Medical Device Cybersecurity Updates from the FDA

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CMDC is pleased to invite you to join the Archimedes Center for Healthcare and Device Security Summer Webinar featuring the FDA's Dr. Kevin Fu. Dr. Fu will provide a short presentation focusing on the latest FDA news, followed by a Q&A for all participants. Future webinars are anticipated. 

Blog: The Changing Landscape of Medical Device Cybersecurity

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When people think of Medical device cybersecurity they most often think about privacy, the protection of patient data and HIPAA compliance.  While this remains the focus of many in the industry, cybersecurity professionals are increasingly concerned about the potential impact of security on patient health and safety. 

Dan Mooradian and Michael Johnson are both Honeywell/James J. Renier chairs in Technology Management at the Technological Leadership Institute at the University of Minnesota (TLI). Read about their take on how medical device cybersecurity is changing.

New Short Course: Introduction to Medical Device Cybersecurity

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In collaboration with the Technological Leadership Institute (TLI), the CMDC invites you to participate in its inaugural short course offering: Introduction to Medical Device Cybersecurity. 

We are thrilled to offer this professional development opportunity for the medical device cybersecurity community. Click through to learn more about the course and how you can register to attend. 

Lunch & Learn: Careers in Medical Device Cybersecurity | Technological Leadership Institute

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Join us on June 3 for Careers in Medical Device Cybersecurity, a lunch and learn co-hosted by the University of Minnesota's Technological Leadership Institute (TLI) and Center for Medical Device Cybersecurity (CMDC). 

The need for professionals who understand cybersecurity and its importance in the medical device industry is growing rapidly.  Whether it involves identifying vulnerabilities, evaluating risk, or mitigating it through design, there is a growing shortage of individuals with the training necessary to work in this evolving and competitive field. Hear how three alumni from TLI's M.S. in Medical Device Innovation and M.S. in Security Technologies have used their training to advance their careers.

Recap: Center for Medical Device Cybersecurity Symposium

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On Monday, April 12, UMN CMDC experts and industry partners came together virtually for the Center for Medical Device Cybersecurity Symposium and Capture the Flag Event. 

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