Staying Prepared to Prevent Cyber Attacks and Data Breaches
Friday, November 2, 2018 | 8:30 a.m.-12:15 p.m.
MHA Conference Center, Burlington, MA
Healthcare is a treasure trove of data. In one stop, hackers can access protected health information (PHI), personally identifiable information (PII), and payment card industry (PCI) data. Given the significant repercussions of a cyber attack, the healthcare sector needs to constantly evaluate its vulnerabilities to ensure that the system as a whole is prepared for cyber threats. As recent events have made clear, protecting information is not easy. Hackers will find opportunities to exploit varies avenues into healthcare organizations information systems. At this conference, we will provide an overview of the vulnerabilities in healthcare and the various strategies that organizations should have in place to protect their information.
Understanding Today's Hyper Evolving Threat Landscape
Christopher Novak, Director, Verizon Threat Research Advisory Center, and an internationally recognized expert in the field of Investigative Response and Computer Forensics
9:30 a.m. Break
The Cyber Threat Landscape and Risk Mitigation Strategies for Hospitals
John Riggi, Senior Advisor for Cybersecurity and Risk, American Hospital Association
A 30-year veteran of the FBI, John Riggi led the national FBI Cyber Division program to develop partnerships with health care and other critical infrastructure sectors for the investigation and exchange of information related to national security and criminal cyber threats.
11 a.m. Break
Legal and Risk Expert Panel
Where is Healthcare Most Vulnerable? A Review of the Most Common Hospital Breaches & Compliance Failures
Drew Walter, Sr. Vice President, Director of Underwriting, AXIS Pro
Data Protection & Privacy: Are You Legally Covered?
David S. Szabo, Co-Chair of the Health Care practice, Partner in the Corporate and Transactional
Department, and a member of the Privacy group, Locke Lord
12:15 p.m. ADJOURN