Healthcare data is constantly at risk.
The one-and-done security benchmarks of the past are simply unable to combat
modern-day challenges. To protect against ever-evolving cyberattacks like
malware, ransomware, and viruses, organizations must have a sophisticated
security program in place. Locally and globally, they must be able to implement
the program and ensure all employees are working within its permissions. This
webinar shares the fallout of recent, real-world security failures, as well as
tools and protocols to safeguard against similar threats. Attendees engage with
a security veteran of over 20 years who shares key components of a successful
security awareness briefing—including online courses and videos for HIM staff,
outsourced business associates, and affiliated care facilities. Together with
the speaker, the audience analyzes multiple in-depth security layers and
technology controls, and gains an understanding of practical cyber defense
strategies they can apply to their own business infrastructures. Planning for
the worst-case scenario is critical, but being agile in the defense strategy is
paramount. This session explains both.
- Recognize how security awareness programs coupled with
in-depth security technology controls address rapidly evolving cyber
- View the most up-to-date security threats including
examples of ransomware and cyber hacks.
- Analyze multiple in-depth security layers and define
defense strategies for each across hospitals, health systems, HIM departments,
business associates, and affiliated care facilities.
- Receive samples and checklists to ensure prevention programs and security
protocols are at acceptable defense levels.
Who Should Attend
Privacy Officer, Security Officer,
Chief Information Officer, Chief Compliance Officer
replay was recorded on 04/06/2017.
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