For CISOs, the ability to make a strong business case is becoming critical – especially when it means transitioning to a new strategy. “You need good data points and good rationale,” said Ron Mehring.
Tasks like getting patches deployed and securely onboarding new teams members have become even more challenging since Covid-19 hit. But with the right processes and the right culture, they can be accomplished, says CISO Dan Bowden.
It may not seem like the flashiest investment, but with digital health accelerating at a rapid pace, a strong identity governance and administration strategy is more important than ever, according to Wes Wright and Randy Nale.
With data no longer confined to a single repository or network that can be locked down, guarding the perimeter simply doesn’t cut it anymore, said our panelists, who discussed the need for a layered approach to data security.
If a second wave of Covid-19 hits, Virginia Hospital Center will be “better prepared,” says CIO Michael Mistretta. In this podcast, he talks about how disaster planning has evolved, his team’s “incredible” level of preparedness, and the value of partnerships.