Compliance Challenges in Healthcare: Addressing Exposed ePHI and Medical Devices

Presented by

Roey Vilnai - Head of Data, Chad Holmes - Security Evangelist

About this talk

For over a decade the majority of cybersecurity efforts in healthcare have been focused on protection of patient data. Despite these efforts, the notable number of data breaches, ransomware attacks and resulting fines have left many compliance officers searching for improved guidance and insight. Join the Cynerio research team as they discuss common blind spots in Compliance Officer playbooks, show use cases seen in typical hospitals, and provide guidance on immediate actions that will extend insight and compliance coverage. From identifying and securing exposed PAC servers to stopping the spread of cyberattacks across vulnerable medical devices, this session will clarify the risk landscape and discuss solutions used to address these challenges by leading healthcare facilities. Join the Cynerio research team as they share: -How compliance officers can partner with cybersecurity teams to identify exposed patient ePHI -Three simple questions that will provide more insight to how patient data is protected -Common healthcare integration landscapes and how they put thousands of patient records at risk -Examples of common points of exposure missed by compliance and IT teams, from white boards to newborn monitors

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