Security & Privacy Priorities:
Protecting Patient Data. Securing Devices & Networks. Managing Risk.
Detection, Prevention, & Response Strategies & Technologies
Risk Assessment & Management
Risk vs Opportunity, Proactive Strategies, NIST 800-53
Data & Patient Privacy
PHI/PII, Migration, Sharing, Storage, Encryption
BYOD, MMS/SMS, Cultural Adaptations
Attack Types, A&IM, Monitoring, Metrics, Awareness/Education
Vendor Selection, Identity/Access Management, Disaster Planning
HIPAA, HITECH, Meaningful Use, ONC Audits
Medical Device Security
Threat Assessments, Stakeholders, Compliance
Resource Allocation, Strategic Recruitment, Metrics
Pick up a paper these days and it quickly becomes clear that security and privacy need to become top priorities for healthcare organizations. Security incidents are now estimated to cost US hospitals a staggering $1.6 billion a year; and that number is expected to climb until hospitals conquer the daunting task of implementing key IT security and privacy measures to effectively combat data breaches and attacks.
The HTRAC SecureHEALTH Summit and Council Meeting has been designed to unite c-level executives in an exclusive setting to address key health IT security and privacy issues. Through a unique blend of executive roundtables, interactive panel discussions, and insightful case-study based presentations, CIOs/CISOs/CMIOs will walk away with the strategic insights and tactical methods needed to prepare their organizations for effectively handling even the worst security incidents.