How to Protect EHRs at Scale and With Crypto-Agility
HIMSS Learning Center Webinar
WHAT YOU'LL LEARN
Patients willingly share Personal Health Information (PHI) living in Electronic Health Records (EHRs) with trusted healthcare providers, yet how reliable are the controls in place to ensure continual privacy? When data is physically and digitally shared across so many networks, what protection scenarios must be considered? The answer, any and all. Cyber criminals are becoming more inventive every day, demanding action from healthcare networks to move at pace with their adversaries.
While budget and staffing continue to be named as the biggest issues in the healthcare IT, what steps can be taken to ensure security and overall trust to deliver the best patient care? The solution is to either increase budget/personnel or people or invest in agile automation.
During this webinar, you'll learn:
- Widening threat landscape for EHR breach
- How to securing EHRs containing PHI at scale
- The benefits of investing in crypto-agile automation tools aimed at enhancing patient experience
MARK THOMPSON - Vice Presidnet of Product Management CSS
As the Vice President of Product Management at Certified Security Solutions, Mark is responsible for strategic management of the company's product portfolio and market adoption. Prior to CSS, Mark was Sr. Director of New Product Introduction for Aclara Technologies, and the product manager for Aclara's Metrum line of LTE products. He was at Aclara since 1998 where he developed the STAR network product line and developed and ran product marketing for several wireless communication solutions for gas, water, and electric utilities. Mark founded the Wi-Fi Alliance Smart Grid Task Group, which is responsible for the certification program for Smart Energy Profile 2.0 running on Wi-Fi devices. Mark is the former chair the group and member of the ZigBee Smart Energy and Consortium for SEP Interoperability. Mark also founded the IEEE 802.11ah standards group devoted to the development of Sub-GHz Wi-Fi for Smart Grid and sensor networks, and was its first chair. Mark was a voting member of the NIST Smart Grid Interoperability Panel and is a past member of the Board of Directors of the UTC’s Smart Networks Council.
TED SHORTER - Chief Technology Officer CSS
Responsible for CSS' Intellectual Property development efforts, Ted helps align CSS’ security focus with the changing Enterprise and Internet of Things (IoT) landscape. A renowned Public Key Infrastructure (PKI) expert, Ted has provided oversight to hundreds of private-sector Enterprise PKI deployments. Ted has worked in the security arena for over 25 years, in the fields of cryptography, application security, authentication and authorization services, and software vulnerability analysis. His past experience includes 10 years at the National Security Agency, a Master's Degree in Computer Science from The Johns Hopkins University, and an active CISSP certification.