- February 21, 2018
12:30 pm - 4:30 pm
Basic Best Practices in Cybersecurity
Wednesday, February 21, 2018
Join us to network with other healthcare professionals and discuss basic best practices in cybersecurity.
Topics to include:
Cyber Threat Landscape – High level overview of the various cyber threats facing healthcare such as Ransomware, Phishing and DDos and potential impacts to healthcare organizations
Importance of Information Sharing – The role of information sharing in helping protect healthcare organizations from potential threats through situational awareness and mitigations strategies. An overview of how organizations share with each other and Government Agencies and why it is important illustrated by case studies of successful sharing
NIST CSF Basic Best Practices in Cybersecurity – Basic cyber hygiene and best practices. A discussion of simple strategies that healthcare organizations can employ, such as Anti-virus, training and patching that will go a long way in protecting against cyber threats. The session will cover best practices used within industry and will offer practical insights from cyber security practitioners.
H-ISAC restricts attendance to its respective members, potential members and related industry interested parties. Companies selling a product and members of the media are not allowed. H-ISAC reserves the right to decline or cancel registrations that do not meet our criteria.
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