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    • Defending Against Ransomware Attacks in Healthcare Organizations
      Defending Against Ransomware Attacks in Healthcare Organizations Clifford Kittle - Principal, SecureWorks Healthcare Information Security Recorded: Jan 19 2017 7:00 pm UTC 60 mins
    • There has been a proliferation of ransomware attacks against healthcare organizations that has ushered in a new wave of extortionware and a new generation of malware attacks. While these types of attacks are not new, they have become more insidious, sophisticated and are growing in popularity.

      In order to defend against such attacks, healthcare organizations need to develop an enterprise information security strategy that not only provides visibility into networks and endpoints but also outlines comprehensive response plans in the event of an attack.

      Attend this webinar to learn the truth behind ransomware attacks and also how to better prepare your organization to think beyond HIPAA compliance and think holistically about its information security program. SecureWorks Healthcare Information Security Principal, Cliff Kittle, will answer vital questions about the nature of ransomware and provide actionable recommendations to meet the challenges of today's threat environment. You will learn valuable insights about how your organization can best adopt the right strategies, tools and skills needed for a stronger information security position.

      In this webinar, you will learn:
      - What is the motivation behind the proliferation of Ransomware attacks? What are the projections for 2017?
      - How does my organization prepare to detect and block ransomware?
      - What information security strategies do healthcare organizations need to be protected?
      - How does my organization respond if attacked by ransomware?
      - How do I ensure that I don't become a victim (again)?

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    • Ransomware in Healthcare
      Ransomware in Healthcare Matt Mellen - Security Architect & Healthcare Solution Lead - Palo Alto Networks Recorded: Oct 20 2016 6:00 pm UTC 46 mins
    • The business model behind crimeware has changed. As the price of stolen records has plummeted, many attackers looking for new sources of income. Many attackers have turned to ransomware due to recent advances in attack distribution, anonymous payments, and the ability to reliably encrypt and decrypt data.

      Join this informative webinar where a former Information Security Lead at a hospital, will discuss practical steps healthcare organizations can take to stop ransomware. Drawing from his first-hand experience responding to ransomware, combined with recommendations from the FBI, Matt will cover practical steps healthcare organizations can take on systems and network devices to prevent exposure to this rampant attack.

      Register today to learn more about:

      • How the most current variants of ransomware work
      • How to prevent successful ransomware attacks in Healthcare

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    • When a Castle and Moat Aren't Enough: Combatting Ransomware in Healthcare
      When a Castle and Moat Aren't Enough: Combatting Ransomware in Healthcare Chris Logan, Senior Healthcare Strategist at VMware | Bill Hudson, Chief Healthcare Strategist, VMware Recorded: Jun 24 2016 6:50 pm UTC 49 mins
    • Provider agility demands a high degree of connectivity whether to address episodes of care across the clinical continuum, to facilitate the exchange of claims data, or even to accommodate a rapid acquisition. Meanwhile, the specter of malware has grown to become a significant risk to provider organizations increasing the risk to PHI and business data. As cyber criminals now focus on malware as a means to generate revenue, it will only create an avenue for more attacks in the future.

      Malware/Ransomware has already plagued several healthcare organizations this year this trend will continue. Additional controls and strategies need to be explored to help prevent this widespread issue both right now and in the future. This webcast will allow you to further explore what ransomware is, how it propagates, what can be done to help prevent it and explore some of the solutions VMware ha developed to help minimize the risk related to ransomware.

      Learning Objectives
      - Gain a clearer understanding of the threat to healthcare providers that ransomware presents
      - Learn how ransomware propagates across both corporate and personal assets
      - Identify some strategies to address how your organization can prevent ransomware from taking hold within your organization
      - Develop a better understanding of VMware’s solutions which help address this risk and create a platform for enhanced security

      Build a fundamentally more agile, efficient and secure application environment with VMware NSX network virtualization on powerful industry standard infrastructure featuring Intel® Xeon® processors and Intel® Ethernet 10GB/40GB Converged Network Adapters.

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    • Visibility and Control for your Healthcare organisation
      Visibility and Control for your Healthcare organisation Security Architect, Healthcare Recorded: May 19 2016 2:00 am UTC 42 mins
    • IT security and network teams at healthcare providers around the world must ensure the utmost patient care and rapidly adopt new technology all while enabling safe access to patient data from hospitals, remote clinics, physician’s offices, business affiliates and a myriad of devices.

      They must also ensure compliance with increasingly stringent regulations that impact patient data and medical equipment – and systematically detect and block a rising volume of threats.

      In this webinar you will learn how our platform approach enables healthcare organizations to:
      • Provide patient care while protecting their data from compromise
      • Rationalize the scope of compliance
      • Improve uptime and availability
      • Meet new and emerging technological challenges while reducing security threats by providing visibility, automation and integration to your enterprise

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    • Visibility and Control for your Healthcare organisation
      Visibility and Control for your Healthcare organisation Security Architect, Healthcare Recorded: May 19 2016 9:00 am UTC 43 mins
    • IT security and network teams at healthcare providers around the world must ensure the utmost patient care and rapidly adopt new technology all while enabling safe access to patient data from hospitals, remote clinics, physician’s offices, business affiliates and a myriad of devices.

      They must also ensure compliance with increasingly stringent regulations that impact patient data and medical equipment – and systematically detect and block a rising volume of threats.

      In this webinar you will learn how our platform approach enables healthcare organizations to:
      • Provide patient care while protecting their data from compromise
      • Rationalize the scope of compliance
      • Improve uptime and availability
      • Meet new and emerging technological challenges while reducing security threats by providing visibility, automation and integration to your enterprise

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    • Hyper-Convergence for the Healthcare Data Center
      Hyper-Convergence for the Healthcare Data Center DJ Phung, SDS VSAN Specialist Mike Riley, Territory Client Executive, Healthcare Jonathan Butz, Manager, Systems Engineering Recorded: Apr 6 2016 6:00 pm UTC 23 mins
    • Modern healthcare puts heavy demands on IT—from HIPAA to the digitization of health records--and the volume and complexity of data keeps growing. However, healthcare IT budgets remain flat and IT teams are feeling the strain of heavy workloads.

      Increasingly, healthcare organizations are looking at simpler and more efficient approaches to the data center. HCI based on VMware Hyper-Converged Software is the logical next step to extend the hypervisor and enable hyper-convergence.

      Did you know that you can:

      •Use existing knowledge of VMware vSphere and other technologies to build and manage an HCI solution.

      •Eliminate hardware lock-ins with a single, integrated HCI software stack that can be run on any platform.
      •Reduce the performance/cost tradeoffs of all-flash storage arrays by up to 60%.

      Join this healthcare-focused webcast and learn how VMware HCI solutions can help you build a simple, agile, and efficient data center, ultimately improving the quality of patient care.

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    • Data as an Enterprise Asset among Healthcare Providers
      Data as an Enterprise Asset among Healthcare Providers Jack Phillips, CEO, International Institute for Analytics & Kevin Holder CTO, Healthcare, Informatica Recorded: Sep 10 2015 2:30 pm UTC 60 mins
    • The many challenges facing healthcare providers today have one thing in common: a relentless demand for more and better integrated information. Firms of all shapes and sizes today are confronted with the question of how well they are leveraging data and healthcare analytics to transform their organizations. Unfortunately, traditional data warehousing alone is not enough to support the advanced, dynamic analytics that are required to improve quality and lower costs of care. Business imperatives such as new business models, patient-centered care, and population health combined with disruptive technology trends such as big data, cloud and predictive analytics require a nimble data management infrastructure.

      Ongoing research by the International Institute for Analytics (IIA) points to an increase in the number of healthcare providers that are intentionally building and funding analytics and data programs. During this webinar, Jack Phillips, CEO at IIA, and Kevin Holder, CTO of Healthcare at Informatica, as they lead an insightful discussion about the findings of IIA's benchmarking results.

      You will learn how healthcare organizations who are committed to treating data as an asset are seeing a return on investment by:

      •Investing in the quality, timeliness, and reliability of data as well as the cultural governance and stewardship of data. which is critical to become an analytical competitor
      •Leveraging analytics for improvements in business performance, patient/member engagement and clinical outcomes
      •Driving actionable insights through meaningful and trustworthy data

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