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    Join this webinar to learn about the compelling cybersecurity research KLAS is gathering from healthcare providers. KLAS recently interviewed nearly 200 organizations about their security programs (speaking primarily with CISOs, CIOs, CTOs, and other security professionals) and published the findings in its Cybersecurity 2017 Report. The report focuses on the most impactful technologies—specifically DLP, IAM, MDM, and SIEM—and the services provider organizations use most frequently to meet security needs. For benchmarking purposes, interviewed organizations also shared best practices from and insights regarding their current security programs since security in healthcare has changed so rapidly over the past two years. This is a can’t-miss session for any healthcare IT executive!

     

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    Privacy and security for healthcare systems involves a coordination of product, process, and personnel. Many organizations are successfully tackling the acquisition of hardware and software products while evolving policies and procedures. Yet, beyond basic HIPAA compliance, awareness and education of personnel across the enterprise remains inadequate. Every member of the workforce has accountability when it comes to reducing cybersecurity risks, however few organizations are measuring employee behavior and using that information to reduce risk at a low cost. Building a repeatable approach to measurement and determining simple representations of those results to be consumed by the board, leadership and in some cases, the workforce at large, can act as a catalyst for improvement and personal level accountability for protection of PHI and ePHI. 

     

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    The Healthcare CIO Boot Camp™ is an intensive three and one-half day education program offered by the College of Healthcare Information Management Executives (CHIME) taught by a faculty of healthcare CIO thought leaders. Combining presentations, small group discussions, case studies and interactive problem solving, participants learn the real-world skills necessary to become a successful healthcare CIO. More details coming soon.
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    Health IT security leaders are challenged daily with an onslaught of cyber attacks such as malware, ransomware, phishing campaigns, threats to medical devices, and even DDoS attacks. Increasingly complex governmental security regulations further complicate the healthcare CISO’s overall objective of safeguarding the network and protecting patient information. As the threats grow and oversight becomes more necessary, your security practices must align with overall organizational strategies, leveraging the technology and services that will help expand security boundaries. Despite these daunting demands and complex solutions, you have a valuable resource at your fingertips. That resource is, of course, your colleagues! To learn from others in the industry, AEHIS is pleased to announce our inaugural Fall Summit, open exclusively to AEHIS members. The 2017 AEHIS Fall Summit will feature IT security speakers and presentations, and create a collaborative environment to enable you and your team keep your organizations secure and become better leaders in the transformation of healthcare IT. We invite you to take part in this exciting event.   More details coming soon.