May 19, 2019 - May 21, 2019
Dallas, Texas, United States
Conference Description (submitted by organizer)
Healthcare organizations need to establish holistic risk management programs that safeguard electronic medical information along with other sensitive and proprietary data. Healthcare continues to be a popular target for hackers through a variety of tactics including weaponizing ransomware, misconfigured systems and social engineering attacks. With the barrage of healthcare hacks and the growing Internet of Medical Things, security is an ever-present concern especially with the need for constant access to systems and a fluid workforce.
Join this interactive three-day forum in Dallas, where impactful and practical information will provide insights to heads of cyber security within healthcare. The program include: heightened visibility and security of the evolving Internet of Medical Things; effective and proactive implementation of Artificial Intelligence; communicating and convincing the board; bolstering identity and access governance with growing endpoints, and more.
The Cyber Security for Healthcare Exchange offers a true peer-to-peer networking forum while highlighting the latest technologies, strategies and processes to improve resilience with talent shortfalls and emerging technologies.