Fostering critical thinking, problem solving, ethics debates, creativity, and collaboration. Subject matter experts and researchers share the future of their research, reflecting the
ever-changing biohacking ecosystem
Featuring the virtual learning environment of St. Elvis Hospital, the CTF offers protocol, regulatory, and biological challenges to access and assess vulnerabilities in real devices.
Provide interaction with thought leaders from the medical device and citizen science communities through training and hands-on workshops and solutions design, covering the biomedical device and security ecosystem.
The highly-collaborative environment connects security researchers, manufacturers, clinicians, and regulators, to learn from each other and develop skills, codifying best practices and paths for high fidelity cyber safety.