Keynote Address: Unpatchable – Living with a Vulnerable Implanted Device
Dr. Marie Moe
Research Manager at SINTEF, Associate Professor at NTNU
Gradually we are all becoming more and more dependent on connected technology; we will be able to live longer with an increased quality of life due to medical devices and sensors integrated into our body. However, our dependence on technology grows faster than our ability to secure it, and a security failure of a medical device can have fatal consequences. Marie's life depends on the functioning of a medical device, a pacemaker that generates each and every beat of her heart. This talk is about Marie's personal experience with being the host of a vulnerable medical implant, and why she decided to start a hacking project, investigating the security of her own personal critical infrastructure.