Two back to back conferences addressing the benefits and challenges of a connected world

NEW YORK CITY
[ EVENT 1 ]
April 12, 2017
IoT Security
An in depth view of IoT’s evolution and the increasing security, privacy and policy challenges arising from the extensive deployment of connected devices
[ EVENT 2 ]
April 13, 2017
Connected Healthcare
Examines the benefits and challenges of connected healthcare and aging in place, including: life style impact, new business models, device security, regulatory issues and privacy concerns.

IoT Security – Risks, Solutions and Ramifications

Inform[ED] IoT  Security brings together business leaders, key technologists, security experts and policy pundits to address the opportunities challenges, and social implications arising from the proliferation of connected devices in our increasingly connected world.

WHO SHOULD ATTEND

  • Enterprise executives including CIOs, CTOs, CISOs, and senior IT managers
  • Policy and thought Leaders
  • Technical leaders (Architects and Engineers working on Advanced Network Management Technology Projects).

Industries

  • IoT Device Manufacturers
  • Cable Operators
  • Security Providers
  • Telcos
  • System Integrators
  • Governmental (DHS, FCC, FTC, NTIA, State and Local government)
  • Quasi-Governmental (Mitre, etc.)

Why Attend?

This conference provides an in-depth technical dive on critical security technologies for network operators.  Develop an understanding of the current state of the practice and network with other technical leaders and executives on shared key performance improvement topics. Expand your knowledge of the technical impact and be the first to hear about new directions and policy.

Landscape

 

Emerging Technologies

 

Policy

 

Vision

 

Connected Healthcare – explore the future

Inform[ED] Connected Healthcare joins together medical, legal, and policy professionals with technology and security experts to provide an in depth view  into the future of connected health care.

Who should attend

  • Hospital IT executives (CIOs, CTOs, chief medical information officers)
  • Health information management professionals (chief medical informatics officers, medical coders)
  • Privacy and security personnel (chief security officers, chief information security officers)
  • Clinical management

Industries

  • Hospitals
  • Medical Networks
  • Payers (Insurance)
  • System Integrators
  • Governmental (HHS, NSF, DHS, FTC, State and Local government)

Why Attend?

This conference provides an in-depth technical dive on critical security technologies for network operators.  Develop an understanding of the current state of the practice and network with other technical leaders and executives on shared key performance improvement topics. Expand your knowledge of the technical impact and be the first to hear about new directions and policy.

 

Strategies

Emerging Technologies

Policy

Vision

Speakers

Keynote Speaker

Shawn Henry

President, CrowdStrike Services & CSO

Keynote Speaker

Phil McKinney

President & CEO, CableLabs

Rob Alderfer

Vice President Technology Policy, CableLabs

Mitch Ashley

President & General Manager, Kyrio

Rich Compton

Principal Engineer, Charter Communications

Dylan Davis

Senior Security Analyst, RiskSense, Inc.

Terry Dunlap

Founder & CEO, Tactical Network Solutions

Gerald Faulhaber

Professor Emeritus of Business Economics & Public Policy, Wharton School of the university of Pennsylvania

Allan Friedman

Director of Cybersecurity Initiatives, NTIA

Michael Glenn

Vice President Security Services, CableLabs

Ronald Ih

Director Business Development, Kyrio

Chaz Lever

Lead Researcher, Georgia Tech

Jason Livingood

Vice President, Technology Policy & Standards, Comcast

Dan Massey

DHS Security & Technology

Matt Perry

President of Board Directors, OCF & IoT Program Manager, Microsoft

James Plouffe

Lead Solutions Architect, MobileIron & Technical Consultant for Mr. Robot Television Series

Brian Rexroad

VP, Security Platforms, AT&T

Tobin Richardson

President & CEO, Zigbee Alliance

Brian Scriber

Security WG Chair, OCF, & Principal Architect Security, CableLabs

Clarke Stevens

Principal Architect, Shaw Communications

Matt Tooley

Vice President of Broadband Technology, NCTA

André van der Walt

Interim VP & CISO, Liberty Global

Speakers

Keynote Speaker

Summer Knight, M.D.

Managing Partner / "The Innovation Doctor", MBA, Firecracker International

Keynote Speaker

Simon Kos, M.D.

Chief Medical Officer of Worldwide Health, Microsoft

Keynote Speaker

Phil McKinney

President & CEO, CableLabs

Ralph Brown

Senior Vice President & CTO, CableLabs

Ed Cantwell

Chief Executive Officer, Center for Medical Interoperability

Mark Francisco

Fellow, Comcast Innovation Labs

Harry Greenspun, M.D.

Chief Medical Officer and Managing Director, Korn Ferry Health Solutions

Kathy Hughes

VP, Chief Information Security Officer, Northwell Health

Simon Krauss

Vice President, General Counsel, Kyrio

Cyrus Malbari

Director, Product Technology & Security, Abbott

Kerry McDermott

Vice President Public Policy & Communications, Center for Medical Interoperability

Ed Miller

Chief Technical Officer, Center for Medical Interoperability

Ram Ramadoss, MBA, CISA, CISM, CISSP, CRISC, CIPP

Vice President, CRP Privacy & Information Security, Catholic Health Initiatives

Manish Shah

Senior Vice President & CIO, Community Health Systems

Jeffery Smith

Vice President, Public Policy, American Medical Informatics Association

Timothy Torres

Sr Dy CISO, Sutter Health

Schedule

Day 1, April 12 2017

7:30 am - 8:45 am

Breakfast

8:45 am - 9:00 am

Welcome & Introduction

President & CEO, CableLabs

9:00 am - 10:00 am

Keynote

Join Shawn Henry as he discusses his vision of IoT Security. What will be the impact of insecured IoT devices for consumers in the home, smart cities and other industrial and critical infrastructures? Looking forward five years, what is the landscape to consider?

President, CrowdStrike Services & CSO

10:00 am - 10:15 am

Break

10:15 am - 10:45 am

The Policy View

IoT security is increasingly capturing the the attention of regulators. What is driving this interest, what government entities are involved, and what are they seeking?

Vice President of Broadband Technology, NCTA

Director of Cybersecurity Initiatives, NTIA

10:45 am - 11:45 am

Technology & Policy Interaction

As IoT insecurity creates vulnerabilities, policymakers become concerned about the health of the Internet. How can public policy address these concerns in a smart way, targeting their efforts to improve IoT security without imposing unnecessary costs across the Internet ecosystem or creating unintended effects? What is the role of government versus industry?

Vice President Technology Policy, CableLabs

Professor Emeritus, Business Economics & Public Policy, Wharton School

Lead Reseacher, Georgia Tech

Vice President, Technology Policy & Standards, Comcast

11:45 am - 12:45 pm

Lunch

12:45 pm - 1:45 pm

Real World Hacking of IoT Devices

Experts talk to exactly how attackers are compromising IoT devices, the tools attackers are using, what they can do once they’ve gained control, the key elements manufacturers need to focus on to close these gaps, available defenses against these attacks, and how quickly we are seeing updates from device manufacturers. Learn from some of the very best in the industry and see how Mr. Robot uses these techniques to demonstrate the collapse of the financial system on their hit USA Network television program.

President & General Manager, Kyrio

Senior Security Analyst, RiskSense, Inc.

Founder & CEO, Tactical Network Solutions

Lead Solutions Architect, MobileIron & Technical Consultant for Mr. Robot

1:45 pm - 2:45 pm

IoT Security Standards/Certification

IoT security standards have converged over the past few years. How will these developments affect small/entrepreneurial companies? Our speakers will focus on testing and certification needs along with industry policy standards.

Director Business Development, Kyrio

DHS Security & Technology

President of Board Directors, OCF & IoT Program Manager, Microsoft

President & CEO, Zigbee Alliance

2:45 pm - 3:00 pm

Break

3:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Protecting ISP Networks and the Internet

Insecure IoT devices have enabled the largest DDoS service attacks on the internet to date and are threatening the basic functionality of the Internet. A panel of experts will discuss how ISPs are working to mitigate these attacks and protect their networks and the Internet from the growing number of insecure devices.

Principal Engineer, Charter Communications

Vice President Security Services, CableLabs

VP, Security Platforms, AT&T

Principal Architect, Shaw Communications

Interim VP & CISO, Liberty Global

4:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Future Impact of IoT and the Implications of Security

The coevolution of humanity with the technology we create to accompany us continues. As this takes place there will be painful hurdles and beneficial leaps forward; how we approach each of these will dictate the success of this relationship. Join us as the future is laid out ahead for this coevolution.

Security WG Chair, OCF, & Principal Architect Security, CableLabs

5:00 pm - 6:00 pm

Reception & Networking

Schedule

Day 2, April 13 2017

7:30 am - 8:45 am

Breakfast

8:45 am - 9:00 am

Welcome & Introduction

President & CEO, CableLabs

9:00 am - 10:00 am

Keynote

Technology is fundamentally changing society as it becomes more accessible, affordable and capable. Health is no exception, and the potential for meaningful impact is huge. This presentation will describe how digital transformation can deliver on the promise of a more affordable, accessible, and agile health system. Starting from the Quadruple Aim framework, we will use real-world examples to examine technology innovation along the dimensions of engaging patients, empowering care teams, optimizing clinical and operational effectiveness, and transforming the care continuum.

Chief Medical Officer of Worldwide Health, Microsoft

10:00 am - 10:15 am

Break

10:15 am - 11:15 am

CISO Panel: Biggest Problems Hospitals currently face in Connected Healthcare

As more medical devices are connected to the Internet; the risk increases for impacts to patients and hospitals. Many hospitals have been impacted by ransomware that have had crippling effects on their operations. This panel will discuss the largest cybersecurity risks hospitals faces now and in the next several years.

Director, Product Technology & Security, Abbott

VP, Chief Information Security Officer, Northwell Health

Vice President, Privacy & Information Security, Catholic Health Initiatives

Sr Dy CISO, Sutter Health

11:15 am - 12:00 pm

Transforming Healthcare through Interoperability and Data Liquidity

The healthcare industry has invested heavily in digitization in accordance with federal policies. While this has yielded some benefits, it hasn’t solved fundamental issues around interoperability and data liquidity. Today's lack of interoperability can compromise patient safety, undermine care quality and outcomes, contribute to clinician burnout; and, for healthcare operators, it creates significant operational and cost burdens. For innovators, the lack of interoperability presents a significant adoption barrier. How can these challenges be overcome and can healthcare leverage other industries’ expertise to accelerate progress? How can interoperability and data liquidity transform the very nature of healthcare?

CTO, Center for Medical Interoperability

Fellow, Comcast Innovation Labs

Senior Vice President & CIO, Community Health Systems

12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

Lunch

1:00 pm - 1:45 pm

Fireside Chat with Ed Cantwell

Standards for medical devices can improve patient’s safety, care quality and outcomes, while reducing clinical burden and waste. How can healthcare providers and vendor communities work together to standardize medical device and platform interfaces to slow the rise in healthcare costs?

Sr VP & CTO, CableLabs

CEO, Center for Medical Interoperability

1:45 pm - 2:45 pm

Legal and Regulatory Issues

A review of the policy and regulatory landscape of connected healthcare, with a focus on safety, privacy, and reimbursement as it exists now and may change in the near future.

Vice President, General Counsel, Kyrio

VP Public Policy & Communications, Center for Medical Interoperability

Vice President, Public Policy, American Medical Informatics Association

2:45 pm - 3:00 pm

Break

3:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Innovation in Connected Healthcare

What market opportunities exist with connected healthcare? How will remote care management and device monitoring impact hospitals, healthcare delivery organizations, network operators, and patients?

Managing Partner / "The Innovation Doctor", MBA, Firecracker International

4:00 pm - 5:00 pm

The Future of Healthcare

A look at the opportunities and challenges that lie ahead for connected healthcare, and how the industry must respond to be successful.

Chief Medical Officer and Managing Director, Korn Ferry Health Solutions

5:00 pm - 6:00 pm

Reception & Networking

Venue

InterContinental Times Square New York
300 W 44th Street
New York, NY 10036

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