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Managing Healthcare Cyber Risks with Zero Trust Security (Guest: Forrester)

Healthcare provider organizations (HPOs) can no longer rely on their legacy security controls to prevent threat actors from stealing or ransoming patient data. A healthcare ecosystem of remote caregiving and thinly-defended medical IoT devices requires a cyber risk management strategy based on the Zero Trust security model.

Join us for an in-depth analysis of the security challenges and solutions that are shaping the healthcare delivery system. Among other topics, guest speaker Chris Sherman, Forrester Senior Analyst Serving Security and Risk Professionals, and Nigel Thompson, BlackBerry VP Product Marketing will discuss:

The impact of digital transformation and the mobility revolution on HPOs and the future of healthcare:

• How to preserve the privacy and integrity of patient data in a tele-health environment where caregivers and patients are increasingly working from home
• Best practice approaches for consistently managing and enforcing security policies across disparate devices and ownership models
• Why HPOs must adopt a Zero Trust strategy to optimize security and productivity

Whether you’re a provider or consumer of healthcare services, you won’t want to miss this essential security briefing.
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