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Episode 15 – Digital Forensics in Healthcare – Najla Lindsay

Najla Lindsay, one of our volunteers and DFIR professional, joins the show to talk about her adventures in working security and safety incidents in healthcare.

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Episode 14 – A Winding Path to Cybersecurity, and the Future of Medical Device Security – Seth Carmody, MedCrypt

The ever-enlightening Seth Carmody joins the podcast to tell us just how a chemist ends up as one of the FDA’s cybersecurity leads, and looks ahead to the future of medical device security.

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Episode 14 - A Winding Path to Cybersecurity, and the Future of Medical Device Security - Seth Carmody, MedCrypt
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Episode 13 – Ethics in Citizen Science – Yong Bee Lim

Yong Bee Lim joins the show to talk about kimchi, rice wine, and building ethical frameworks and institutional review boards for citizen science.

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Episode 12 – Unlocking Respirators to Fight COVID-19 – Trammell Hudson

Trammell Hudson likes to take things apart. Including, as it turns out, firmware on CPAP and BiPAP devices that can unlock ventilator capabilities on those devices, through the Airbreak project. Other notes from the show: One of Trammell’s earlier projects, Magic Lantern, unlocked capabilities on Canon DSLR cameras. Trammell also shared a story with us…

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Episode 12 - Unlocking Respirators to Fight COVID-19 - Trammell Hudson
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Episode 11 – A Manufacturer’s Journey to Embrace Hackers – Bill Hagestad and Kyle Erickson, Medtronic

Two of Medtronic’s security team join the show to talk about overcoming adversity in dealing with hackers, and their experience last year with the Biohacking Village at DEF CON.

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Episode 11 - A Manufacturer's Journey to Embrace Hackers - Bill Hagestad and Kyle Erickson, Medtronic
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Episode 10 – International Cooperation on Healthcare Cybersecurity – David Nathans, Siemens Healthineers

David Nathans joins the podcast to talk about how medical device makers work with each other and with regulators around the world.

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Episode 10 - International Cooperation on Healthcare Cybersecurity - David Nathans, Siemens Healthineers
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Episode 09 – A Patient/Hacker’s Journey – Jay Radcliffe

Jay Radcliffe joins Nina and Beau live in the studio to reminisce about growing up inside a hacking household, how his research has matured, and why he has now joined the medical device industry.

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Episode 08 – Biohacking Non-Cancerous Tumors – Rich Lee

Rich Lee has congenital hearing loss from tumors. The thing is, since they’re non-cancerous, there’s not a lot of research into them. Like many biohackers, Rich decided to do the research on his own.

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Episode 07 – Transforming Human Health Through Biohacking Cattle – Amanda Plimpton, Livestock Labs

Amanda Plimpton makes FitBits for cows. She’s not a farmer, but she’s working with them to help understand herd health down to the individual level, using similar technology to professional athletes. Hear how this work is going and how her work may lead to healthier humans.

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Episode 07 – Transforming Human Health Through Biohacking Cattle – Amanda Plimpton, Livestock Labs
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Episode 06 – Radiation Physics to Medical Device Cybersecurity – Mike Kijewski, MedCrypt

Mike Kijewski, from MedCrypt drops by to talk about his path from radiation physics, to medical informatics, to cybersecurity, and he talks about what cybersecurity can learn from the 1980s DC Hardcore Punk music scene.

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Episode 06 - Radiation Physics to Medical Device Cybersecurity - Mike Kijewski, MedCrypt
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