For IT security leaders, managing the ever-increasing risks associated with connected devices starts with “building a cybersecurity foundation,” said CISOs Todd Greene and Kristopher Kusche during a recent panel discussion.
The easiest route for cybercriminals in accessing patient data is through email, according to CISOs Chris Frenz and Steve Dunkle, who share tips on how to do that, and how to stay ahead of the next wave of threats.
Security, particularly when it comes to medical devices, isn’t a goal; it’s a process, according to our panelists, who shared their perspectives on why devices are so vulnerable, what controls can be implemented, and what to look for in a solution.
Sometimes the most effective way to sell a cybersecurity to executive leadership is by showing “how much it would cost if you couldn’t deliver patient care for one day,” said CISO Jim Brady in a recent interview.
Even with tighter processes in place at most organizations for reviewing customization requests, it’s critical to have a solid strategy for testing any changes made to software, said our panelists during a recent webinar.