Kevin O'Neil: Trusted Patient-Controlled Emergency Medical Agent




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Published on Oct 14, 2014

Kevin O'Neil: Trusted Patient-Controlled Emergency Medical Agent

Abstract: Imagine a medical emergency that all the right people at the right moment have in their hands (smartphone) lifesaving information; and that patients can confidently assert control over their deployed emergency medical agents (identity) wherever they exists. Patients want direct control (78% - 2013 Survey on Medical Identity Theft) and we propose to provide that control and save lives in a secure privacy respectful manner.

Essential engineering and business model issues/opportunities:
Evolving mobile/cloud security and trust ecosystem
Escalating abuse of electronic health records, resistance by industry to adopt patient-controlled medical identity
ARM – Trustzone, Trusted Execution Environment (TEE)
Samsung Knox: TrustZone Integrity Measurement Architecture (TIMA), bundling app and Knox container, MDM API, Android L
Qualcomm mobile security future
GlobalPlatform, Trustonic, G&D, Gemalto and Trusted Service Manager (TSM) role, SDKs, licensing, revenue share
Intel Trusted Execution Technology (TXT), Software Guard Extensions (SGX),
Secure Elements: SafeNet, Gemalto, ...

SDJUG Page for this presentation: http://www.sdjug.org/2014-09-16


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