Who'd want to be a CISO?

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Cyber Risk Insurance Won't Save Your Reputation

Be careful what you purchase and for what reason

Security and the Board Need to Speak the Same Language

How security leaders speak to thier C-Suite and Board can make all the difference

Australian Cybersecurity Outlook

Aussie healthcare scrambles to catch up

The Changing Face of the Security Leader

The role is changing, but what does the future hold?

Just keeping its head above water

New Zealand Healthcare steams forward with minimal security

Medical Tourism - Growing in Popularity

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Cyberespionage, and the Need for Norms

Harvard Political Review (external link)

Hacking Healthcare Live: Bits and Bytes Meet Flesh and Blood

Possibly one of the BEST EVER demos at RSA of all time for anyone in the medical space. Watch a live simulated medical device hack as an unsuspecting ER doctor faces the reality of practice in a brave new world of insecure technologies and vulnerable patients.

Doctors Christian Dameff MD and Jeff Tully MD from the University of California Health System are joined by Josh Corman from I Am The Cavalry to demonstrate what can happen when a medical device attached to a an ER patient is hacked.

Healthcare cybersecurity is in critical condition. This session takes you to the front-line of efforts to save lives threatened by ransomware and runaway pacemakers.

Learning Objectives:
1: Understand how recent attacks and device vulnerabilities threaten patient lives.
2: Explore the recommendations of the Healthcare Industry Cybersecurity Task Force.
3: Witness a doctor undergo a live clinical simulation of a hacked medical device.

Dr. Christian Dameff, Emergency Physician and Clinical Informatics Fellow, University of California San Diego
Dr. Jeff Tully, Anesthesiologist and Pediatrician, University of California Davis
Josh Corman, CSO/Founder, PTC / I am The Cavalry

Hacking Healthcare Live: Bits and Bytes Meet Flesh and Blood from the 2018 RSA Conference.

This video demonstration starts at 0:30 and runs for approximately 45 minutes.