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.
Contrary to the long-held belief, it is possible to safeguard patient data without disrupting clinical workflow, said our panelists during a recent discussion, and it starts with one basic premise: communication.
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.