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Featuring: Jojith Thengungal Rajan, Practice Head – IoT and Digital Solutions, Christopher Beeman, Practice Lead – Software Compliance Consulting, UL.
The current pandemic and consequent emphasis on social distancing has led to an increased reliance on technology solutions deployed on devices for remote management and telemedicine. However, the convergence of technology, hyper-connectivity, and regulatory changes has raised challenges in the secure management of devices at scale. While medical device engineering has rightly focused on medical safety to protect patients, cybersecurity gaps remain. New attack pathways and cybersecurity risks have come to the fore especially with older medical devices.
Medical device safety and security has clearly come front and center:
To mitigate risks associated with such situations, Marlabs, a digital solutions firm with a strong cybersecurity focus, is coming together with UL LLC, a global certification giant with operations across 46 countries, to bring to you this special webinar.
At this event:
Jojith leads the Innovation and Technology teams at Marlabs, including the creation of transformative platforms like the Marlabs IoT Edge. He also manages all IoT related client engagements and programs for Marlabs customers. An ardent evangelist and innovation leader in the IoT space, Jojith has over 12 years of industry experience including in IoT, cloud computing, AI, and mobility. While at HP, he played a key role in the development of the Instalink IoT product platform suite for smart printers. Jojith also spearheaded the digital craftsmanship programs at CAC Corporation and Ford Technology Services. He is passionate about innovating next-generation hardware, firmware, and platforms for innovative IoT projects.
Chris Beeman is the Business Development Manager for the Digital Health team, designed to develop, support, and deliver risk mitigation solutions for IoT or software enabled medical devices. Chris has more than 19 years of business development, entrepreneurial, and leadership experience, which includes co-founding and scaling a SaaS a based fundraising solution leveraged by healthcare foundations. Chris works with manufacturers, regulatory stakeholders, and health delivery organizations to develop solutions to address and mitigate the cybersecurity risk throughout the product development lifecycle. Chris holds a Bachelors in Business Administration from the University of Richmond.
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