Privacy & Security
Dr. Saif Abed, director of cybersecurity advisory services at AbedGraham, shares a clinician's perspective on cybersecurity as well as how data priorities are different in the U.K. and Europe versus the U.S.
Dr. John Halamka, newly named president of Mayo Clinic Platform, shares his five-year cybersecurity forecast – and discusses his new gig.
Darren Lacey, CISO at Johns Hopkins University and Johns Hopkins Medicine, says vulnerability management looks at a more balanced security world that protects not only data, but also transactions and systems integrity.
Zettaset COO and CFO Tim Reilly discusses encryption's value to the healthcare industry and why adoption has been a struggle.
RiskRecon uses data science and algorithms to help healthcare organizations identify and focus on the mission-critical issues found in external systems, explains Greg Besegai, the company's regional director.
When it comes to using citizen data to improve health outcomes, trust and security are extremely important, explains Sinikka Salo, leader of change with Finland's Permanent Secretary's Cabinet Ministry of Social Affairs and Health Government.
Requiring frequent mandatory changes of complex passwords is no longer the go-to answer for system security, says Adam Kehler, principal consultant and healthcare practice lead at Online Business Systems.
Lorraine Bessmer, senior cybersecurity analyst at St. Luke's Health System, says a lack of third-party cybersecurity standards is hampering hospital-vendor partnerships.
Richard Staynings, chief security strategist at Cylera, says hospitals have seconds to respond using defensive AI to recognize algorithm transformations taking place is suspected malware.
Grahame Grieve, FHIR product director for HL7 International, says in addition to being a standard for exchanging healthcare data, FHIR is a community of people who aims to create a "public treasure" that we all own.