Q&A with Stephanie Domas.

"The medical device manufacturers are trying to build devices that have secure configurations and feature sets, but when they get to hospital systems, the hospitals are overrun with how many unique devices they have."

February 21, 2018- This is just one of the many topics covered by our Vice President of Research and Development, Stephanie Domas. In this Q&A with MedTechInteligence, Stephanie touches on the some of the major cyber-security problems that the healthcare industries face with medical devices.



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Source: Maria Fontanazza MedTech Intelligence
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Richard Oak
Technology Lead

Richard Oak is Technology Lead at MedSec where he focuses primarily on the development of secure products for the healthcare industry. Prior to MedSec, he served as a lead cyber security specialist for BAE Systems Applied Intelligence, where he served a critical role in the development of highly innovative, technical solutions for the UK government. Mr. Oak has also served a number of key roles at QinetiQ (one of the UK's leading defence research companies) where he developed a number of novel, patent-protected security technologies, and supported the deployment of these technologies to various arms of the UK military and Ministry of Defence. Patented technologies include a novel method for distributing quantum cryptography keys within an optical star network and BreakWall - a network device that provides an "IP-Break", preventing the spread of low level network attacks.