IT environments will never be 100 percent secure, but by making the right moves and structuring contracts in the most effective way, organizations can position themselves to fight security threats, says CISO Connie Barrera.
It’s been established that penetration tests and vulnerability assessments are critical in today’s digital health IT world. But how can they be conducted in a way that isn’t too draining? CISO Connie Barrera has some thoughts.
The biggest issue with securing networks? Poorly designed and archaic architectures, says Connie Barrera, who talks about the risks posed by this environment, and the measures that can be taken to mitigate them.
Security is a moving target, and how to best manage it is still understood by most organizations. The best way to start, says CISO Connie Barrera, is by asking some very basic questions.
Health systems have acquired so many point solutions that we’ve reaching a cybersecurity tipping point, says CISO Connie Barrera. But with the right strategy in place, organizations can still tip the scales in their favor.