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Best Practices for Hospitals To Manage Risks To CyberSecurity Created By Medical Technology And Information Systems: A Webinar With The CIA’s Former CyberSecurity Director And The Top CyberSecurity Columnist

Best Practices for Hospitals To Manage Risks To CyberSecurity Created By Medical Technology And Information Systems: A Webinar With The CIA’s Former CyberSecurity Director And The Top CyberSecurity Columnist

What can hospitals learn from an ex-CIA cybersecurity director and a cybersecurity-expert columnist read by millions of people?

Join Bonnie Stith, former Director of the CIA’s Center for Cyber Intelligence, and and Joseph Steinberg, renowned cybersecurity expert witness and columnist, for a special, free educational webinar, Best Practices for Asset Risk Management in Hospitals.

Medical cybersecurity professionals face many unique challenges when managing the risk of their IT assets, and can learn quite a bit from Stith and Steinberg, two of the world’s foremost cyber security experts who have helped a wide range of private, public, and government organizations navigate changing threat landscapes.

During the free webinar, participants will learn best practices for how to understand and manage often overlooked risks emanating from information-technology assets (including hardware!). The discussion will cover:

* How IT asset risks have evolved
* What factors to consider in gaining asset visibility
* Optimizing mitigation when health outcomes are at stake
* How to structure your teams to better manage dangerous risks that are often overlooked until “it is too late”

Have questions? This webinar will offer you a great opportunity – as it will include plenty of time for audience Q&A with Steinberg and Stith.

The webinar will take place on Thursday, October 27, 2022 at 10:15 AM US Eastern time.

The webinar is FREE to join thanks to sponsorship by Sepio, but, you must register in advance here -> Best Practices for CyberSecurity Asset Risk Management in Hospitals.

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