Encouraging Engagement, Innovation and Value-Focused Services While Maintaining Privacy, Security and Regulatory Requirements
The regular occurrence of security breaches has led healthcare enterprises to treat cyber security as a risk that needs to be actively managed, rather than just a technology issue. From medical data tracking on the go to bedside life support systems, medical innovations have changed healthcare delivery. However, the latest apps, mobile operating systems, and medical devices create many privacy and security challenges. Today’s CISOs are working to streamline technology services to improve the quality of care, while still keeping personal and corporate information safe and Intellectual Property secure.
The themes of IQPC’s Cyber Security for Healthcare Exchange are built on topics and extensive research from these leading cyber security executives.
Current and Recent Speakers included:
Chief Enterprise Security Architect
United Health Group
Come Prepared To Interact and Engage Around Critical Cyber Security Topics Including:
Increasing Board Involvement: Engaging the Board to better secure the healthcare enterprise
Latest Threat Intelligence Tools: Investigating fraud and exploits through digital forensics to mitigate risk
Making Medical Devices Secure and User-Friendly: Managing devices in a clinical setting requires careful balance to ensure usability and regulatory compliance
Security Challenges in a BYOD Era: Reigning in the perimeter-less system to secure the enterprise is a challenge as the variety of connected devices expands beyond traditional data center security
Making Medicine Mobile and Secure: Providing innovative mobile healthcare while maintaining privacy and keeping data secure
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Attendees Discuss the Cyber Security for Healthcare Exchange Exchange
"Attending the Cyber Security Exchange provided an excellent opportunity to strengthen professional relationships with peers and providers, and discover new technologies to help with managing day-to-day issues"VP, Information Security, Lankmark Financial
"Very productive 2 days! Intense learning and networking. "VP - Global Security, Keybank
"It was a good opportunity to network with other security executives and discuss current issues. The speakers were engaging and discussed topics at a high level versus pushing products or solutions "CIO, UPC Insurance
"A great opportunity to hear and network with other ISOs from different industry sectors and the issues they are addressing."Delegate, Citigroup CISO
It's no longer an option to rely purely on defensive, cost-cutting measures. Now is the time to synthesize strategy, innovation, talent and execution.
Evolution of Security Incident Response for More Holistic Enterprise Management
Evolving Role of the CISO: Serving as Translator Between Business and Technology
Empowering the Human Element of Cyber Security Across the Organization While Addressing Security Gaps and Vulnerabilities in the Ever-Changing Threat Landscape