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April 2019

MD Expo Houston

April 11 - April 13
Woodlands Waterway Marriott Hotel Houston, TX United States

Be sure to attend the presentation, "Implementing a Comprehensive Connected Medical Devices Security—From Bleeding Edge Technology to Services" by Inhel Rekik, Director of Health Technology Security at MedStar Health, and Dr. May Wang, CTO and Co-founder of Zingbox. Friday, April 12, 8:00 - 9:15am.

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June 2019

AAMI Exchange 2019

June 7 - June 10
Huntington Convention Center Cleveland, OH United States

Be sure to attend the presentation, "Securing Connected Medical Devices: Real-World Study"  by John Yun, Head of Marketing at Zingbox.  Saturday, June 8 from 2:30 - 3:00pm.  

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Cisco Live!

June 9 - June 13
San Diego Convention Center San Diego, CA United States
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August 2019

DEF CON 27 – Internet of Things Village

August 10 @ 12:15 pm - 1:00 pm
Flamingo Hotel, 3555 Las Vegas Boulevard South
Las Vegas, NV 89109 United States
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September 2019

Women Who Lead: Entrepreneurs and Founders – Panel Discussion with Dr. May Wang

September 10 @ 5:30 pm - 7:30 pm
Silicon Valley Capital Club, 50 West San Fernando Street, Floor 17
San Jose, CA 95113 United States
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Join us for a lively conversation with dynamic women entrepreneurs and executives who will discuss how they have built their businesses and how they define success as a leader. You will hear their stories about how they lead and the lessons they have learned along the way. What does it take to communicate a compelling vision, build a great culture, and respond to the opportunities, challenges and choices they face every day?

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Biomedical Device Security Update (Produced in Collaboration with CHIME)

September 17 @ 9:00 am - 10:00 am

A Complimentary Webinar & TweetChat from healthsystemCIO It's hard to imagine, but there are cyber-criminals out there hacking into biomedical devices so they can hold health systems hostage for financial gain. Protecting these devices against such attacks is a thorny issue for many healthcare IT professionals as biomedical devices often fall into a gray area between IT and clinical departments, leaving much ground for confusion. Also, legacy devices with weak security safeguards lurk in many a nook and cranny of…

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