The ultimate goal for healthcare leaders to create a digitally-driven experience to “support the expectation of an evolving consumer base,” said Brian Norris. Doing so, he believes, is going to require “the triad leadership of the CIO, the CMIO and the CNIO working in concert together.”
After more than a decade of collecting data, “it’s time to figure out how to best leverage that information to drive insight and drive change,” said Brian Norris in this interview. And CMIOs should be one of the leaders helping to navigate that path.
Does your contracting process have the necessary language and sanctions to protect your organization from ransomware attacks? CISO Mitch Parker sheds light on what the recent Department of Treasury guidance tell us (and what it doesn’t).
A key element in understanding the sanctions risks associated with ransomware payments is in understanding the threat actors and how they operate, says Mitch Parker, CISO at Indiana University Health.
Contrary to the old adage, words can hurt. In fact, they can make people feel defensive and even fearful, says Mitch Parker, who breaks down common responses and provides guidance on how leaders can react in a positive way.
As nurses face an unfamiliar – and extremely powerful – enemy, they’ve shown, once again, just how valuable they are by rising to the challenge, says CNO Brian Weirich, who pays tribute to these heroes during Nursing Week.
As healthcare organizations deal with an influx of patients, the top priority for information security leaders to “minimize the effects of anything else” so that clinicians can focus on patient care, according to our expert panelists.
Protecting data is about more than just implementing the right tool, says Mitch Parker. It’s about setting the right expectations for deliverables, being realistic about what security solutions can (and can’t) do, and avoiding mimicry.
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.
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.