With the threat landscape rapidly evolving, leaders have to be “really innovative and creative” about how to protect data, said our panelists during a recent webinar. Increasingly, that means looking at outside resources to fill technology and talent needs.
“Everything we do has a digital component to it; therefore, everything we do has a cybersecurity component,” said Andrea Daugherty. In this podcast interview, she talks about the innovative work her team is doing, the challenges of recruiting top IT, and how she hopes to elevate cybersecurity as a career.
Rather than thinking outside of the box, Greg Garneau, CISO at Marshfield Clinic Health System, believes it’s simply time to “start thinking in ways you’ve never thought before.” In this podcast, he talks about the “talent war” facing healthcare organizations – especially those in rural areas, and the decentralized leadership approach.
For healthcare IT leaders, recruiting and retaining a strong workforce has proven extremely challenging. But for some, it’s also an “opportunity for innovation and thinking differently,” said Theresa Meadows, speaking on a CHIME panel with John Glaser and Andrea Daugherty.
In this interview, Sonney Sapra talks about the pendulum swing that’s coming – and how leaders must adjust; the ‘IS norms’ his team is implementing to keep staff engaged; and what he believes is the most important criteria when making a career move.