Webinar: how to better protect healthcare organizations from cyber threats

What are the main threats faced by the healthcare industry and how to tackle them

Cyber threats for healthcare organizations

For health and life science organizations, the security of data and protection from cyber threats can be a matter of life and death. Virtual visits to the GP may help protect the most fragile of our community and reduce geographical barriers to healthcare, but they do have a few drawbacks. While making data available through interoperable systems enables patient information to be shared instantaneously, the data is also vulnerable to cyberattacks against healthcare systems, making it critical for healthcare departments to invest in cybersecurity. Digital technologies, such as artificial intelligence and Internet of Things (IoT) can be leveraged to detect, prevent and anticipate cyberthreats.

During the event the panel members discussed how to better protect healthcare organizations from cyber threats.

You will learn:

  • What impact does the IT/OT convergence have on cybersecurity in the healthcare sector
  • What are the main threats faced by this industry
  • How do healthcare organisations counter the growing threat of ransomware
  • What impact has COVID-19 had on cyber security in the healthcare sector
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Featured Presenter

Dan Schaupner, Head of Cloud and Innovation, Global Digital Security Consulting

Dan Schaupner has been with Atos since 2017 and brings two decades of experience to his leadership of consulting activities. Previously, Dan was CTO at a Washington DC risk management firm, advising the U.S. government on cloud security (FedRAMP/Trusted Internet Connection). During his career, Dan has advised business and technical leadership in many industries including finance, healthcare, higher-education, manufacturing, and others. Dan is a graduate of the Atos Gold for Technology Leaders program, member of the Atos expert community, and provides mentorship to the Atos FUEL program for emerging professionals. Dan holds an MBA from Virginia Tech, an Engineering Bachelor’s degree from the University of Michigan, and CISSP and CISM certifications.