Former DHS Secretary Tom Ridge on what hospitals can learn from the intelligence community

Cybersecurity threat intelligence is a critical protective weapon.
By Tom Sullivan
11:02 AM


With security risks on all sides, healthcare providers must have a game plan. At the HIMSS Healthcare Security Forum, former U.S. Secretary of Homeland Security Tom Ridge lays out the top things they should be doing right now to gain visibility into the threats – and how they should be planning for the future – while explaining the lessons they can draw from the intelligence community.

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