The reality is that insider privacy breaches are going to happen. But if they’re managed quickly, delicately, and in cooperation with other stakeholders, the damage can be limited, according to our panelists. “It is possible if you can be proactive and establish relationships.”
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.
St. Joseph Health Director of Technology Infrastructure & Cyber Security (Information Security Officer) Jesse Fasolo talks with healthsystemCIO Founder and Editor-in-Chief Anthony Guerra at the Vive Conference about the benefits of having clinical engineering report up to IT security; some key points for proper cyber-hygiene; and the importance of developing a process for vetting and […]
“At the end of the day, we’re here to support the organization’s objectives. That’s one of the things people don’t realize.” And it’s just one of many, according to a group of CISOs, who share insights on what leaders should and shouldn’t do to excel in the role.
As a leader, the one thing you never want to say is, “I can’t do that,” said Jesse Fasolo, CISO at St. Joseph’s Health. In a recent interview, he talked about the importance of a solid infrastructure, why frameworks are critical, and how he has been able to step “two steps ahead.”