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    Session Description:

    In March, the Cyber Incident Reporting for Critical Infrastructure Act of 2022 was signed into law requiring covered entities that experience a cyber incident to report that incident to CISA within 72 hours. And a covered entity that pays ransom must report that payment to CISA within 24 hours. Significantly, the new reporting requirements may apply even if the cybersecurity incident does not involve the unauthorized access or acquisition of personal information.

    CISA has yet to define exactly which entities will be subject to the Act’s reporting obligations, though it is widely acknowledged that healthcare, as one of the nation’s 16 critical infrastructures, and the sector responsible for the most valuable cyber asset, PHI, will be included. 

    Learning Objectives:


    1. Understand the fundamentals of the Cyber Incident Reporting for Critical Infrastructure Act
    2. Learn about ways to measure your organization’s cyber hygiene and preparedness against the 405d HICP
    3. Consider steps that you can take to improve cyber resilience prepare to respond and recover from an incident in record time.

    Speakers:

    David Ting, Founder and CTO, Tausight

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    Description:
    As it becomes harder to retain your top cybersecurity talent and to recruit for those open positions, there is an often-overlooked strategy that can support both near-term needs and long-term goals. By addressing the immediate needs of cybersecurity leaders, a co-innovation partnership model can build a foundation for a desired future state with minimal risk. This webinar will address some common forms of co-innovation partnerships and offer some best practices to help them succeed.

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    This webinar will address some common forms of co-innovation partnerships and offer some best practices to help them succeed.

    Speaker: 

    Samuel Hill, Director of Product Marketing with Medigate/Claroty

    Dr. Mustac Tomislav, CISA, CISM, CISSP, CRISC , Cyber Security Specialist at Mount Sinai Health System

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    Description:

    Developing a resume that tells your story can be a daunting task, but it doesn’t have to be.  Join the conversation on August 19, 2022, at 1:00pm EST with Hilary Ross to learn different resume styles, common flaws and how to get the most out of your work history utilizing powerful tools and techniques.

    • Objectives:
    • Discover new resume styles and resources
    • Learn how to recognize potential flaws of your current resume
    • Understand how to get the most out of your work history without going overboard
    • Obtain tools and techniques for writing a powerful resume
    • Agenda:

    Opening:  Story of a non-effective resume                          

    What does your resume say about you?                            

    Recognize the “flaws” and learn how to correct them     

    Takeaway: Recognize, act, and best practices                    

    Q&A                          

    Speaker: 

    Hilary Ross

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    Session Description:

    As hospital CISO’s strive to implement more efficient and effective risk management programs they are challenged with a continuous stream of time-consuming, often redundant, and costly security and compliance program assessments that employ primarily manual processes straining their already limited team, IT resources and budgets. For many health systems and hospitals, this diminishes their time to focus on remediation and enhancements towards greater levels of program maturity and cyber resilience. Meanwhile the pressure from executive leadership and Boards is increasing to demonstrate the value and performance of the information security program amidst rising budgetary constraints, compliance mandates, ransomware and other cyber threats, not to mention the costs (and possible denial of coverage) for cyber liability insurance. Manual processes, disconnected sources of risk data, disparate PDF and Excel reports that are static in nature and unpredictable expertise from assessment firms are industry-wide challenges that affect your risk management focus and decision making.

    Intraprise Health’s strategy team would like to explore some key questions with you. What are the key risk and remediation management functions and processes that can and should be automated to make your risk management and compliance program more efficient? How can automation give you and your stakeholders more time back to focus on remediation and improvements? What are the methods for creating an enterprise-wide “single pane of glass” view of risks regardless of the source or type of data? Can we achieve risk intelligence and interoperability through open, accepted standards and data normalization? How can risk automation and intelligence serve the needs of the Cybersecurity and IT teams, and better align such needs with the expectations of Board members and executive leaders?

    Join us as we explore these questions and our solution strategy to get your feedback on what is needed, what is nice to have and what is not important, and how do we get there?

    Speakers:

    George Pappas,CEO with Intraprise Health

    Vikas Khosia, CSO, with Intraprise Health

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    Description:

    • Health and wellness is paramount for the success of corporations.  Join us for a 30-minute discussion on September 16, 2022, at 1:00pm EST with Ed Marx, to discuss how to identify health and wellness needs and obtain the necessary tools and resources to provide your employees when they need it most. .5 CEU
    • Objectives:
    • Learn the signs and symptoms of health and wellness needs
    • Lean how to tailor resources according to individual
    • Obtain tools and techniques to help your employees through difficult times
    • Agenda:

    Opening story

    Identifying health and wellness needs

    What’s in your toolbox

    When to provide resources

    Takeaway: Recognize, act, and best practices

    Q&A

                           

    Speaker: 

    Ed Marx, FCHIME, LCHIME, CHCIO

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    Description:

    In the world of cybersecurity, phishing is the number one threat in corporation health and is a key topic in 2022/2023.  Join the conversation on October 14, 2022, at 1:00pm EST where we discuss how to educate teams on identifying, preventing, and reporting phishing attempts. .5 CEU


    • Objectives:

    • Identify who is most at risk of falling for phishing attacks
    • Recognize the need for cybersecurity education
    • Discover phishing attack prevention methods

    • Agenda:

    Opening story

    Examples of phishing threats

    Educating staff to recognize and report phishing

    Discover best practices to prevent phishing attempts

    Takeaway: Recognize, act, and best practices

    Q&A

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    Description:


    • This session focuses on the breakdowns and barriers in communication.  Join the conversation on November 18, 2022, at 1:00pm EST to discuss types of communication and how to ensure that communication is effective in your team. .5 CEU
    • Objectives:
    • Understand effective communication strategies
    • Identify individual communication needs
    • Develop communication tools and techniques to take back to your team
    • Agenda:

    Opening story

    Identify communication strategies that work

    Recognize communication breakdown

    Discover individual communication barriers and develop tools and techniques to break down the barriers.

    Takeaway:  Recognize, act, and best practices

    Q&A

    Speaker: Adrienne Edens, CHCIO