Dedicated Computing’s Director of Engineering Services, Andrew Herger, to Moderate Panel at Medical Cybersecurity Conference

Waukesha, WI / Arlington, VA (July 13th, 2017) – Dedicated Computing’s Director of Engineering Services, Andrew Herger, will moderate a panel discussion at the 2nd Annual Medical Device Cybersecurity Risk Mitigation Conference being held July 17-18 in Arlington, VA. Addressing the topic, “Partnering with Security Researchers,” Herger and other industry and security experts will discuss industry and research partnership rationales, limitations and pitfalls for vulnerability reporting, and the benefits of working with security researchers.

Herger is a driver of security technologies for Dedicated Computing and its customers. His engineering teams design and deploy hardened systems, network infrastructure, and applications infrastructure for devices in markets such as healthcare and life sciences.

Herger will lead an esteemed panel of experts into a larger discussion about practical approaches for reporting coordinated vulnerability disclosures that includes:

  • Sue Shuqiu Wang, National Institute of Standards & Technology
  • Dana-Megan Rossi, Becton Dickinson
  • Rob Suarez, Becton Dickinson

“Technology is rapidly improving patient care, but connecting medical devices brings new cybersecurity risks,” said Herger. “Our panel discusses the importance of establishing technology partnerships, including the FDA’s guidance to device manufacturers to engage directly with cybersecurity researchers throughout the life of a device.”

The panel, moderated by Herger, will take place Monday, July 17 from 3:30 to 4:00 PM EDT time. Those interested in learning more about Dedicated Computing are encouraged to visit the Dedicated Computing booth during the conference.


About Dedicated Computing 

Dedicated Computing is an original design manufacturer (ODM) of proprietary, highly-engineered computing systems for global customers in Healthcare, Life Sciences, Training & Simulation and Industrial markets.

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