Ensuring you have an approach to incident response, a plan for technical recovery, and the ability to maintain patient care and business continuity in the event of an attack is key. How prepared is your organization? Join fellow CIOs, CISOs, and other IT and cyber security professionals for this interactive discussion on how to secure healthcare operations.
Learn more about how to reduce the risks that cyber attacks can pose in this live 45-minute webinar presented by experts from Stanford Children's Health, Delta Risk, and Huntzinger Management Group as they discuss essential elements of how to respond to a cyber-attack and properly prepare a business continuity plan.
What you’ll learn:
• Key cyber-hygiene best practices to implement
• What the essentials are for incident response
• How to set technical recovery priorities
• Patient care and business continuity considerations
Ed Kopetsky is Chief Information Officer at Stanford Children’s Health and an Advisor with Next Wave Health Advisors. He is responsible for the strategic direction for information technology and biomedical systems, and serves on multiple advisory boards for healthcare technology companies.
Chris Holda is a Sr. Management Consultant with Huntzinger Management Group. He has more than 20 years of experience in IT Operations and 15 years in Healthcare IT. His areas of expertise include technical operations, technical infrastructure, system integrations, licensing and contracting. As a licensed attorney, he brings a unique hands-on perspective within Healthcare IT.
Mike McKinley has more than two decades of experience in cyber and information security in both the private and public sectors. He serves as VP and GM at Delta Risk, where he manages a team of skilled consultants who specialize in providing healthcare and other critical infrastructure clients with advisory services, managed cyber security solutions, and incident response.