If health IT and security leaders aren’t willing to take an honest look at why cybersecurity attacks work, we’re never going to be able to prevent them, says Mitch Parker, who examines the growing problem in this two-part series.
As healthcare organizations face mounting pressures, it’s not enough to merely pledge to do better. Leaders need to do walk the walk, whether it means improving processes, creating efficiencies, or focusing more on professional development.
The key to having a solid cybersecurity strategy? Recognizing that there’s no such thing as a “fully protected” organization, and having the agile mindset needed to pivot when necessary, says CIO and CISO Steven Goriah.
Although they offers great potential in terms of streamlining workflow and improving the patient experience, IoMT devices also present a new list of concerns, according to our panelists, who discussed the challenges in securing network-connected devices and offered best practices.
Solid leads can be so difficult to obtain; is it that big of a deal for security companies to utilize potentially shady marketing techniques? Yes, says Mitch Parker, Executive Director of IS and Compliance at Indiana University Health. Here’s why.