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Gerry Blass, CEO of ComplyAssistant, a software company that provides an integrated approach to cybersecurity and compliance for health systems, discusses the ramifications of the HICP law and best practices for healthcare organizations to comply.
In the new episode of HIT Cybersecurity, Nakia Grayson, IT Security Specialist at NIST, discusses the unique infosec challenges inherent in delivering care from hospital to home – and shares some resources that can help.
In the debut episode of HIT Cybersecurity, Kelvin Coleman, executive director of the National Cyber Security Alliance, gives an overview of the current threat landscape – and offers tips for safeguarding a target-rich environment during COVID-19.
(Sponsored) Troy Ament, field CISO of healthcare/pharma at Fortinet, explains why it is "super critical" that security is fundamentally and foundationally embedded into that transformation, and not just bolted on.
With new ransomware tricks and recent attempts at "double extortion" on the black market, "we've really seen a marked change in adversarial intent," says CynergisTek CEO Caleb Barlow.
Bob Chaput, founder of Clearwater Compliance, a cyber risk management firm, and author of the new book, "Stop the Cyber Bleeding," offers practical advice on how to turn an enterprise cyber risk management program into a business enabler.
(Sponsored) Ransomware is rampant, especially in the healthcare sector, and threats are constantly evolving, so hospitals must continuously monitor for them, say CyberMDX's Amir Vashkover and Philips Healthcare's David Franklin.
(Sponsored) Since ransomware is the last step before threat actors get paid, Armor's approach to preventing damage to organizations is to "secure left," stopping the process earlier in the kill chain, says Chief Security Officer Chris Stouff.
Natali Tshuva, CEO of IoT cybersecurity firm Sternum, discusses the dangers of unsecured medical devices – and describes how patient trust can be restored with manufacturer transparency.
(Sponsored) Not only does Pure bake security into its products, it partners with data protection vendors to ensure its products work with those healthcare organizations are already using, says Josh Gluck, VP of Global Healthcare Technology Strategy.