Infocyte CEO to Discuss Data Security and the Medical Environment at the Emerging Medical Technology Symposium

Data Security and the Medical Environment

Co-founder & CEO Chris Gerritz’s Trending Topics Panel Session to discuss cyber threats and risks related to the latest network-enabled medical technologies

SAN ANTONIO, TX  |  May 9, 2016

Infocyte, a provider of cybersecurity hunt technology, announced that CEO and Co-founder Chris Gerritz will be presenting a Trending Topics Panel Session on “Data Security and the Medical Environment” at the Emerging Medical Technology Symposium in San Antonio, Texas on May 10, 2016, at 3:30 pm.

In the talk, Gerritz presents the core security considerations for emerging network-enabled medical devices, including the latest FDA guidance and what healthcare organizations can do today.

“Healthcare organizations are adopting new network-enabled medical technologies at an increasing pace with a commensurate exposure to a cyber attack that can expose sensitive patient data or disrupt critical life-saving services,” said Chris Gerritz, Co-founder and CEO, Infocyte. “It’s critical that security is addressed from design to operation to protect these systems from misuse.”

InnoTech San Antonio’s  Business & Technology Innovation Conference & Exposition creates an environment where education, innovation, peer-to-peer networking, and the latest technology and business solutions are all available specifically for IT professionals. Part of the InnoTech San Antonio Conference, the eighth annual Emerging Medical Technology Symposium seeks to put a spotlight on all of the medical and biotechnology innovation going on in South Texas.

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