5-HT Online Seminar
Online-Seminar “Cybersecurity for Medical Devices”
(German speaking event)
May 5, 2021 | 1:20pm – 4:45 pm | In German | fee required
Medical devices in the hospital are integrated into the hospital IT and are networked with each other. Even the blood glucose meter automatically transfers data to the patient file. And digitization in healthcare is also increasing outside the hospital: Apps can be prescribed on prescription and implants can be monitored and controlled via cell phones or other control devices, to name just two examples. Software is now included in many medical devices and communication interfaces are improving healthcare.
However, networking also brings risks: cyber attacks on medical devices can lead to data misuse, data manipulation or even device malfunction, among other things.
In our specialist event, we will discuss with authorities, industry and notified bodies how the networking of medical devices can succeed, what requirements there are for cyber security and how manufacturers can remedy and communicate vulnerabilities.
1:30pm Welcoming and moderation
Florian Schlögel, VDE Medical Devices and Software, Frankfurt
1:40pm IT security of medical devices using the example of the ManiMed project
Dr. Dina Truxius, Consultant Cyber Security in Health and Finance at the BSI Federal Office for Information Security, Bonn
– Experiences of the BSI: Where there are security gaps?
– Presentation of the ManiMed study
– Tasks and roles of the BSI
– What are the BSI’s cybersecurity requirements?
– How does the BSI help manufacturers of medical devices?
2:25pm Project ManiMed from the manufacturer’s perspective &
Post-Market Cybersecurity Management Processes
Jörn Lubadel, Global Head of Clinical IT, Support & Cyber Security at B. Braun Melsungen AG
– The ManiMed project from the manufacturer’s perspective:
# Were there vulnerabilities at B. Braun?
# How does one proceed as a manufacturer if a vulnerability becomes known to the manufacturer?
– Overview Post-Market Cybersecurity Management Processes
# Global Requirements
3:30pm Cybersecurity meets notified position
Michael Bothe, Co-Head of Certification Body Active Medical Devices at DQS Medizinprodukte GmbH
– From BSI-Basic protection to the checklist for assessors
– Essential requirements
– Integration into conformity assessment procedures
4:15pm Questions and discussion
4:45pm End of the workshop
A cooperation with
VDE Verband der Elektrotechnik Elektronik Informationstechnik e. V.
Stresemannallee 15 (Entrance: Schreyerstraße)
60596 Frankfurt am Main