Monthly Archives: May 2018

10 May 2018
smartphone in hand, padlock, stethoscope

Securing Medical Devices Requires New Thinking, Active Collaboration

Securing Medical Devices Requires New Thinking, Active Collaboration by Bryan Mazlish, Co-Founder and Chief Product Officer May 10, 2018 Many medical devices in use today were developed before the time of smartphones and IoT-connected devices. Medical device security, historically, has been built around an understanding that physical security is what you’re trying to achieve – focusing on gating the physical access to the device, removing the user controls, relying on a medical professional to reprogram device settings. Previously, if you were holding […]

01 May 2018
Alex Constantin

Alex Constantin, Staff Data Scientist

Alex Constantin, Staff Data Scientist “I’ve had type 1 diabetes since I was seven years old, and, to me, diabetes has always been a statistics problem. I have to make hundreds of decisions every day, optimize hundreds of treatment parameters used to calculate an insulin dose, and predict where my blood sugar will go and how different activities will impact it. My love of math has helped me successfully manage my diabetes while I continued my formal training in math […]