Should we be worried

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The Changing Face of the Security Leader

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Cyber Risk Insurance Won't Save Your Reputation

Be careful what you purchase and for what reason

Converging Paths

Patient safety has always been a major concern for healthcare providers but never before has it been so inextricably linked with cybersecurity. This is a subject I have blogged about, lectured to students of healthcare and cybersecurity, and spoken about to audiences of senior healthcare leaders at conferences and summits all over the world.

It's a convergence that we all need to become familiar with as enterprise risks change across the industry and the threats to the business evolve as we increasingly digitize.

Today, I had the pleasure of sharing this message with the HIMSS Cybersecurity Community. A community of healthcare leaders, technologists and security professionals that do their best to make sure that your non-public information remains confidential, integral and available, and that the IT systems employed to diagnose, treat, and monitor you as a patient, do not become compromised by nefarious nation states or cyber criminal actors. The HIMSS Security Community does a great job of sharing information across thousands of providers globally, to help leaders protect their patients and their patient data.

We all know that the global healthcare industry has problems and needs all the help in can get at a time of aging populations, static budgets and increased cyber risk. What compounds these concerns is a long history of under funding for the day-to-day security of hospitals and clinics, and  the longer term maintenance and replacement of end of life IT systems.

This is a subject that I will be addressing in more detail with Jason Hawley, CIO and CISO at Yuma District Hospital at the HIMSS Annual Conference this year in Orlando on Monday February 11th. If you are planning to attend HIMSS19, please come along to the Security Forum and join us as we dig deeper into this subject.

For those able to attend my webinar today, many thanks and it was great to address many of your questions. For those unable to attend I have posted a link to the WebEx recording and to my presentation slides below.

Webinar Recording