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(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.
(Sponsored) Managing security tools across multiple platforms is challenging, so there's an urgency to unify security processes and controls across all environments, says Pritesh Parekh, chief trust and security officer at Virtustream.
(Sponsored) Security can't be just an afterthought when building healthcare products, says Lawrence Huang, VP of product management at Cisco Meraki; it has to be a foundation for the way the products are built.
Longtime CIO Drex DeFord, now a strategic healthcare executive for CI Security, says health systems are in the cybercrime crosshairs – and describes the steps IT and security professionals should be taking now to shore up their defenses.
Outside-the-four-walls threats include makeshift triage units, but moving fast does not have to mean moving unwisely, says cybersecurity expert Randy Bradley.
Healthcare IT News’ Bill Siwicki interviews Mansur Hasib, also known as “Dr. Cybersecurity,” and author of the book “Cybersecurity Leadership.” The two discuss what CIOs and CISOs must do during such crises as pandemics and hurricanes.
HIMSS Director of Privacy and Security Lee Kim offers some insights and advice for health systems as they try to defend against both the coronavirus pandemic and the opportunistic cyberattacks that are using it as cover to sow chaos.
To optimize for accuracy, we have to rethink the controls, technology and tools we use, and then we can start to scale into workflows, says Michael Coates, co-founder and CEO of Altitude Networks.