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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.
Brian Selfridge, partner, Meditology Services, discusses how true healthcare IT security is evolving into a broader conversation that needs to be had at all levels of an organization.
Stephanie Musso, chief HIPAA privacy officer at Stony Brook Medicine, talks about upcoming changes to HIPAA, new OCR enforcements of its right to access provision and more.
Dr. John Halamka, newly named president of Mayo Clinic Platform, describes his view of what cybersecurity will look like in five years – and discusses his new gig in Minnesota.
Dr. Saif Abed, director of cybersecurity advisory services at AbedGraham, offers a clinician's perspective on cybersecurity – and describes how data priorities are different in the U.K. and Europe versus the U.S.
Vulnerability management looks at a more balanced security world that protects not only data, but also transactions and systems integrity, says Darren Lacey, CISO at Johns Hopkins University and Johns Hopkins Medicine.
(Sponsored) Jigar Kadakia, chief information security and privacy officer at Partners HealthCare, and Ed Gaudet, CEO at Censinet, discuss features and offerings that critical third-party vendors need to have in order to minimize risk.
Frequent mandatory password changes are no longer the go-to answer for system security, says Adam Kehler, principal consultant and healthcare practice lead at Online Business Systems.
A lack of third-party cybersecurity standards is hampering hospital-vendor partnerships, says Lorraine Bessmer, senior cybersecurity analyst at St. Luke's Health System.
(Sponsored) Tim Reilly, CEO at Zettaset, talks about the value encryption brings specifically to the healthcare industry, and why adoption has been a struggle.