Email is both the lifeblood of an organization’s communications and — for that very reason — the number one vector cyber criminals are leveraging to wreak havoc. To protect email, smart organizations are using a combination of employee education, process improvement and tools (including role-based personas) to prevent people from falling for phishing attacks. But it’s not as simple as locking everything down, because any steps that decrease the deliverability of legitimate emails cause a negative impact on operations, and possibly patient care. In this timely webinar, we’ll speak to leaders who are focused on doing everything possible to ensure that authentic email — and only that — gets delivered intact and on time.
“No one sits you down and teaches you how to look at data,” said Linda Stevenson, CIO at Fisher-Titus. In a recent interview, she spoke about the need for ongoing training, the “cybersecurity by committee” approach her team is taking, the challenges facing rural healthcare leaders, and how her yoga training has paid off.
Most IT executives know that, despite taking all prudent measures, breaches are going to happen. And these days those breaches are sometimes followed by lawsuits (recently reaching class-action status). Even short of lawsuits, OCR or another entity could always come calling for one reason or another, demanding an intense look around. So what’s a CIO or CISO to do? Skate to the puck, that’s what. In this timely webinar, we’ll hear from leaders who have put time and energy into understanding the complexities of securing patient data as well as running the kind of IT shop that can respond to audit inquiries while continuing to protect the enterprise.
Though the exact order may differ, almost every CIO & CISO will say that medical device security is one of their top three concerns. And those who have made little headway with this challenge will confess that a tool alone — absent sound governance & sensible policies — won’t solve the problem. That’s because reducing medical device security risks to a point that everyone can sleep at night is dependent on IT, IT security and biomed/clinical engineering all working together, with actions like product security reviews, equipment purchasing and patching all happening in the right sequence and with the right collaboration. In this webinar, we’ll hear from leaders who are well versed in the optimal governance structures that, when combined with the right tools, can reduce medical devices security risks in a systemic and sustainable way.
Randall “Fritz” Frietzsche has been on a mission to protect and serve for a long time. Way back when, it was in traditional law enforcement as a deputy sheriff. Later, as he embraced his technical acumen, it was in cybersecurity. But Frietzsche, Enterprise CISO for Denver Health, attests that all the technical chops in the […]