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Hospital Medical Device Cybersecurity Firm Hires New Business Development VP

MIAMI, August 9, 2022 ( - MedSec, a hospital medical device cybersecurity company, today announced the addition of 30-year industry veteran James Keller to its executive team as Vice President for Business Development.

"Adding Jim to our team brings us more than three decades of experience and best practices for managing health technology-related patient safety, including for cybersecurity," said Justine Bone, CEO of MedSec. Protecting hospitals' networks of connected medical devices is incredibly challenging today but, with Jim helping us grow, MedSec will continue to provide this critical work."

Keller spent more than three decades working as a biomedical engineer in addition to

multiple leadership roles at ECRI, where he led a widely recognized health technology

evaluation program for 20 years. The evaluations produced by Keller and his team were

used by thousands of hospitals around the world to assist with technology purchase

decisions. He also started ECRI's widely disseminated annual list of the Top Ten Health

Technology Hazards, which was one of the first reports in the industry to raise awareness

about the risks of medical device cybersecurity. Keller has also served in business

development and leadership roles for Emergo by UL, a medical device manufacturer

regulatory consulting firm, and also for BrightInsight, a digital health start-up.

At MedSec, Keller will lead the expansion of the company's MedScan Cloud technology and its associated services for hospitals, health systems and other healthcare delivery organizations (HDOs) around the globe. MedScan Cloud helps hospital teams focus on the metrics that matter the most so they can quickly analyze, prioritize and act.

"I am extremely excited to join a world-class team that is dedicated to helping prevent the serious risks to patient safety associated with medical device cybersecurity," said Keller. "Enhancing technology-related patient safety has been my passion throughout my career and I am honored to continue applying that passion in this new leadership role with MedSec."

Keller earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Zoology from the University of Massachusetts and a Master of Science degree in Biomedical Engineering from the University of Connecticut. He is a member of the University of Connecticut's Academy of Distinguished Engineers and is a Past-President of the American College of Clinical Engineering.

About MedSec

MedSec, a respected expert in the delivery of medical device security assists healthcare delivery organizations (HDOs) with managing medical devices and works with medical device manufacturers at every phase of product development. MedSec experts are a team of cybersecurity professionals, armed with deep technical and compliance knowledge gained from decades of high-level academic, intelligence and private sector experience. MedScan, the organization's software-enabled, medical device cybersecurity system, increases the security of hospitals and healthcare organizations by identifying, tracking, monitoring and protecting all connected medical devices as well as offering real-time alerts to ensure network integrity. For more information, please visit or connect with MedSec at and Twitter @MedSecTeam.

MEDIA CONTACT: Henry Beaudin VP, Operations (917) 494-0981

Source: MedSec

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