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.
Although technology can certainly play a role in breaking down silos, the far bigger issues are communication and collaboration, according to CIOs Jes Cornelius and Craig Richardville, who discuss how they’re working to create strong cultures.
Implementing a zero-trust approach is a complex, time-consuming process; it’s also become a necessary measure for healthcare organizations, according to CISOs Christopher Kuhl and Christopher Frenz, who shared their strategies during a recent webinar.
As IT and security leaders are learning, managing medical devices isn’t a one-time event, but rather a multifaceted process that requires strong partnerships and a willingness to be nimble.
The rise of digital health has transformed the patient experience; however, it has also resulted in increased security risks, according to our panelists, who discuss the importance of collaboration in safeguarding patient data.