03:52 pm August 02, 2018
Anahi Santiago, CISO and Christiana Care Health System, discusses strategies healthcare companies can use to stay ahead of the evolving threat landscape.
08:53 am July 20, 2018
Josh Gluck, VP of global healthcare technology strategy at Pure Storage, explains how hospitals can build a more efficient data strategy to more easily get the right information and insights in real-time.
01:33 pm July 13, 2018
Michael Archuleta, CIO and HIPAA and information security officer at Mt. San Rafael Hospital, takes a look at the security vulnerabilities that are putting sensitive data at risk.
01:30 pm July 12, 2018
Lee Kim, director of privacy and security at HIMSS, gives a comprehensive overview of the threats, risks and emerging best practices tied to keeping healthcare data safe.
04:39 pm July 11, 2018
Michael Johnson, data scientist with St. Charles Health System, says providers may be missing opportunities to build an analytics capability that outperforms outsourced help. But that doesn't mean it's easy.
12:49 pm July 02, 2018
Winston Armstrong, CISO at the San Diego Super Computer Center, and Sandeep Chandra, director of health cyberinfrastructure at the same center, both tout the benefits of a hybrid cloud. But key safeguards are needed to keep it secure.
12:27 pm July 02, 2018
Richard Staynings, a cybersecurity evangelist with Clearwater Compliance and a HIMSS Cybersecurity Committee member, advocates for providers to make sure its third-party tools work well together and do not create unwanted vulnerabilities.
12:17 am July 02, 2018
Chris Bowen, chief privacy and security officer at ClearDATA, says platforms need to enable their customers to innovate by giving them peace of mind about their security.
03:54 pm June 27, 2018
Allyson Vicars, associate director of health IT research at The Advisory Board, says the best course for executives is to keep it simple by bringing forth viable and easy understood plans that hospital staff can get behind.
08:55 am June 27, 2018
Lee Kim, director of privacy and security at HIMSS, says the industry has a long way to go to be able to fend off next WannaCry or Petya. But the good news is collaboration is happening across healthcare to better get prepared.