MDISS is a 501(c)3 non-profit public health and patient safety organization focused on medical device cybersecurity. First in the field, MDISS helps member organizations develop practical technologies, practices and policy solutions for making devices safer and more secure.
MDISS combines deep embedded vulnerability and regulation expertise with patient-centered security, epidemiological methods, and a public-private partnership model to effect meaningful public health interventions.
Dr. Nordenberg is the co-founder and Executive Director for the Medical Device Innovation, Safety, and Security Consortium (MDISS). He is a member of the Health Information Technology Standards Federal Advisory Committee (ONC, HHS); a member of the FDA’s National Evaluation System for Technology (NEST) Planning Board; and co-chairs the Medical Device Security Information Sharing Council for the National Health Information Sharing and Analysis Center (NH-ISAC). Dr. Nordenberg is CEO of Novasano Health and Science. He has extensive experience in the domains of healthcare strategy and operations, health information technology, FDA regulated industries, research network development, public-private partnership development, and emergency preparedness.
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MD EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR, MDISS; FORMERLY, CIO AND ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR, CDC NATIONAL CENTER FOR INFECTIOUS DISEASES
MD, MPH DEAN, UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND SCHOOL OF PUBLIC HEALTH; FORMERLY, DEPUTY SURGEON GENERAL AND SURGEON; GENERAL (ACTING) AND ASSISTANT FDA COMMISSIONER FOR PREPAREDNESS AND RESPONSE