All events are in Eastern Time (ET) unless otherwise noted in the event description.

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    August 1 | Session 1 – Hosted by Jon Moore • Module 1 - The Evolving Cyber Risk Landscape: True Stories from the Field | Bob Chaput • Module 2 - OCR Enforcement: Past, Present and Future | Jon Moore
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    August 8 | Session 2 – Hosted by Jon Moore • Module 3 - A Framework for Analyzing Cyber Risk | Cathie Brown • Module 4 - Common Risk Analysis Failures | Iliana Peters (TBD) & Jon Moore
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    August 15 | Session 3 – Hosted by Cathie Brown • Module 5 – Developing an OCR-Proof Risk Management Plan | Jon Stone • Module 6 – Developing An Executable Plan of Action and Milestones | Blaine Hebert
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    August 22 | Session 4 – Hosted by Jon Moore • Module 7 – Rethinking Cybersecurity Governance | Wes Morris & Adam Nunn • Module 8 – Making the Case for Cyber Risk Management Investment | Baxter Lee (or Mary Chaput)
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    August 29 | Session 5 – Hosted by Jon Moore • Module 9 – Addressing New Threats: Medical Device and IoT Risk Management | Mark Sexton • Module 10 – Assessing Cyber Risk Management Program Maturity | Adam Nunn & Jon Moore
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    Fall Summit

    Healthcare applications leaders are faced with keeping up-to-date with the latest and greatest in applications management, while also dealing with the day-to-day hustle and bustle of healthcare. It is critical that you deliver excellent customer service while dealing with everything from internal software miscues to keeping up with continual upgrades. In addition, you must keep up with ever-changing healthcare regulations such as Meaningful Use and MACRA. As an applications leader, you must remain adaptable to new software and systems that can ease the burden on your care providers, while ensuring these solutions fit into your overall organization strategy. Read More and Register
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    The Healthcare CISO Boot Camp is an intensive three and one-half day education program offered by Association for Executives in Healthcare Information Security (AEHIS) and the College of Healthcare Information Management Executives (CHIME) taught by a faculty of healthcare security 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 CISO.
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