Basic Best Practices in Cybersecurity – Nashville

  • September 21, 2018
    8:30 am - 1:00 pm

Location

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Address:
1 Park Plaza, Bldg 1, Nashville, Tennessee, 37203, United States

Basic Best Practices in Cybersecurity

 

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September 21, 2018 – 8:30 – 1:00 pm

 

Join us to network with other healthcare professionals and discuss basic best practices in cybersecurity.

Topics to include:

Importance of Information Sharing – The role of information sharing in helping protect healthcare organizations from potential threats through situational awareness and mitigation 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

Cyber Threat Landscape – High level overview of the various cyber threats facing healthcare such as Ransomware, Phishing and DDos and potential impacts to health care organizations

Business E-mail Compromise (BEC) – BEC is a sophisticated scam using email and/or other electronic communication to impersonate a business executive, employee or other person with authority to request payments or access to employee payroll and W9 information.  BEC is a significant and growing threat for businesses and individuals around the country.  BEC represents a monetary exposure of over $5 billion in financial threat to organizations as a result of BEC fraud.

Bi-lateral Information Sharing Workshop Exercise – Exercise to practice the importance of information sharing, how the immediate information is used to mitigate threats, communication internal/external, suggested SOP and more

 

H-ISAC has been awarded ONC* and ASPR* grants from HHS* to help improve cyber threat information sharing and cyber hygiene awareness within our Healthcare and Public Health community.  H-ISAC workshops are complimentary and can help increase the cyber situational awareness for organizations of all sizes within the healthcare sector, including the smaller organizations.

*Office of the National Coordinator of rHealth Information Technology (ONC); Assistant Secretary for Preparedness and Response (ASPR); U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS)

 

H-ISAC restricts attendance to its respective members, potential members and invited industry and government parties.  Members of the media are not allowed.  H-ISAC reserves the right to decline or cancel registrations that do not meet our criteria.