EVENT: HIMSS Healthcare Security Forum in Boston
At the HIMSS Healthcare Security Forum you’re among experts and peers who understand the challenges you face on a daily basis. Together, you’ll get the latest updates on new and emerging cyber threats; explore how to maximize your existing technology investments; hear best practices on creating a “security-first” culture; take away strategies to fill the gap in finding talented staff; learn how to create a resilient security framework that supports organizational business goals and innovation; and so much more.
Monday, October 15th at 2:20pm | DAY ONE
Evolutions in People, Processes and Technology
The changing world of cyberspace can make information security management feel like navigating travel to a distant planet. It can be daunting. Fortunately, the NIST Cybersecurity Framework is a cost-effective, easy to understand guide to help healthcare organizations better manage and reduce cyber risk.
In this session, Brian Selfridge and Anahi Santiago use the framework to guide a discussion on how healthcare security has evolved from prevention to response. Attendees will learn how security standards like the NIST CSF can be applied to respond and recover from attacks of all shapes and sizes.
Key discussion points:
Evolutions in the people, process, and technology needed to support the NIST CSF areas for respond and recover phases.
Security automation tools.
Establish a plan to facilitate rapid, efficient response to reduce the impact of a breach.
Lead an internal cultural shift to change attitudes regarding breach response planning.
Discuss where the information security role is headed over the next 3-5 years and beyond.
Advisor, IT Risk Management
Chief Information Security Officer
Christiana Care Health System