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The big opportunities are protecting against today's top threats, notably ransomware, IP protection, and Dark Web PII challenges against HIPAA, according to Eric Marterella, CRO, Safeguard Cyber.
42Crunch CEO Jacques Declas says that he's hoping security will become part and parcel of the development process because of the healthcare industry's specific requirements.
Bugcrowd Chief Security Officer David Baker on the power of sharing information about bug bounty efforts to auditors for penetration testing, coverage analysis, remediation, and more.
Cradlepoint CSO Todd Kelly discusses using mobile and IoT devices to bring better healthcare delivery to the edge of networks as 5G becomes more prolific in the next several years.
BitSight Vice President Jacob Olcott says that with cyberattackers aware of the opportunities business associates create for them, healthcare organizations need to assess and monitor business relationships.
Agari Field CTO John Wilson explains how the security vendor works to protect against threats such as the Scarlet Widow scam and the display name deception tactic in a world where geopolitical boundaries do not apply to the internet.
With healthcare being a fertile target for cybersecurity attacks, zero trust networks can be appealing as a simplified solution to protect data no matter where employees are, according to Akamai's Patrick Sullivan and Tony Lauro.
California is leading the way with new state privacy regulations designed to better protect consumers and their data, but are organizations prepared? CynergisTek EVP Angela Rivera discusses.
IronNet Cybersecurity CTO Michael Ehrlich says efforts to change our way of life, such as China with IP theft, Russia spreading discontent, and Iran and North Korea having weapons capabilities, are the top cyber concerns today.
Hospitals have to demand more secure products so manufacturers wake up to realize prospective clients are buying based on security, says Parham Eftekhari, executive director of the Institute for Critical Infrastructure Technology.