This workshop is a member and by-invite-only event. Questions? email

Tickets: $800, early bird rate closes on April 20th. 

We are using the Iris Registration platform for this year's conference. Click here for instructions on creating an online account and reserving your spot.

For registration questions, contact the University of Michigan’s Event Services at or 734-764-2000. 

2018 Medical Device Security 101 Conference 

The Leadership Workshop on Medical Device Security is a 2-day exclusive event for Archimedes members and guests. The workshop is a combination of short presentations by security experts followed by organized group discussions.

This is a member and by-invite-only event. 

Interested in becoming a member? Email us at

Why Attend?

Our events do not focus on the latest industry buzz or trendy new product development. We want you to feel comfortable speaking freely about your cyber security issues with trusted and respected professionals who can help you establish best practices for improving medical device security. At Archimedes, we provide a secure forum for you to learn about emerging cyber security issues and then we arm you with the knowledge to better protect both your patients and clients.

Attendees from our previous conferences have included:

  • Chief information security officers
  • Directors of product engineering
  • System engineers
  • VPs of global product security
  • IT security managers
  • Physicians
  • Chairs of medical device security standards bodies
  • Security researchers
  • Front-line engineers from clinical facilities

Meet the Co-Chair



Jack Kufahl

Chief Information Security Officer - University of Michigan Health System

Jack Kufahl is responsible for planning, developing, implementing, and maintaining the Michigan Medicine information assurance program. He directs all information assurance activity across the academic medical center to ensure the confidentiality, integrity and availability of electronic information and IT/Information Service (IS) resources critical to the tripartite mission of patient care, research, and education at Michigan Medicine.