The words are often lumped together, but while compliance is black and white, cybersecurity is complex – and getting more so all of time, according to CISO Matt Snyder and CIO Rod Dykehouse.
How can leaders convey the importance of cybersecurity initiatives when most of the work is done behind the scenes? That’s the challenge, say Rodney Dykehouse and Matt Snyder of Penn State Hershey Medical Center.
While it would be great to avoid career landmines, the experience can strengthen a CIO’s leadership skills and help better position the organization for future challenges, says Chris Wierz of Witt/Kieffer.
The average hospital has more than 100,000 unsecured data points, and for large systems, the number is exponential higher, says Paul Roemer, which means it’s naïve to believe enterprise data is safe.
When it comes to cybersecurity, there’s no such thing as being over-prepared, says CIO Jamie Nelson, who also discusses how she works to foster a culture of innovation at Hospital for Special Surgery.