2019-11-02 @ 12:00 – 14:00
Room 118, Leeds House
Registration is required. Space is limited!
Attending lecture only is FREE, refreshments will be served.
Attending lecture with lunch afterwards:
- IEEE WIE Members: FREE
- IEEE Members: 10 CAD
- Non-members: 12 CAD
12:00 – 01:00 PM: Seminar
01:00 – 02:00 PM: Lunch
Given the fast pace of innovation in digital health technologies, specifically in relation to the evolution of medical devices with more complex software and increased network connectivity, a new frontier of cybersecurity vulnerabilities has emerged. As a result, designers of such technologies face many challenges and must consider many inter-related factors that contribute to such an insecure environment.
In this talk, we will identify the key classes of vulnerabilities to which modern medical devices and digital health technologies are exposed, discuss the security and privacy challenges in designing these technologies, and outline some of the defensive measures that can address this complex and multi-faceted problem.
Dr. Jason Jaskolka is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Systems and Computer Engineering and the Director of the Cyber Security Evaluation and Assurance (CyberSEA) Research Lab at Carleton University. He received his Ph.D. in Software Engineering in 2015 from McMaster University. His research interests include cybersecurity evaluation and assurance, security-by-design, and formal methods and algebraic approaches for software and security engineering. He is interested in applying his research to critical infrastructures, cyber-physical and distributed systems, and the Internet of Things (IoT).
Located on the 3rd Floor Residence Commons, the caf is an all-you-care-to-eat dining hall featuring 14 unique stations that offer a wide variety of food choices.
More information: https://carleton.campusdish.com/LocationsAndMenus/TheCaf?locationId=5087&storeIds=&mode=Daily&periodId=2084&date=11%2F2%2F2019