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The chief information security officer talks about cybersecurity and patient safety, navigating an expanded threat landscape – and how health systems should build their defenses amid cyber risk from the Russia-Ukraine crisis.
U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Intermountain and HIMSS leaders discuss top threats to information security – and how this key public-private partnership can enable more collaborative and consistent risk mitigation.
(Sponsored) Danny Jenkins, CEO of ThreatLocker, talks about how cyberthreats have changed over the years and explains the importance of zero-trust environments for healthcare organizations.
Errol Weiss, chief security officer at Health-ISAC, weighs in on ransomware, spearfishing, third-party breaches and other probable risks to the healthcare industry this year.
John Gomez, CEO at Sensato Cybersecurity, describes the dangers posed by cyber-attacks on medical devices.
Cathie Brown, vice president for consulting services at Clearwater Compliance, talks about the importance of close collaboration between healthcare boards and IT professionals to develop cybersecurity protocols.
VP and CISO of Sentara Healthcare Dan Bowden says his team does a twice-weekly call to assess the cyberthreat landscape.
Elizabeth Butwin Mann, Americas Life Sciences and Health Cybersecurity Leader at EY, offers her perspective on the ransomware epidemic, cyberattackers' shifting tactics, medical device security, emerging new threats and more.
Errol Weiss, chief security officer of Health-ISAC, a global nonprofit offering healthcare stakeholders a forum for sharing security intelligence and best practices, discusses new cyberthreats faced by healthcare organizations.
In this episode of the Virtual Care Paradigm, Absolute Software CTO Nicko van Someren discusses the unique and not-so-unique security challenges inherent in telehealth and virtual care.