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Download the 2020 agenda for info on speakers, sessions, and more!

Download the 2020 agenda for info on speakers, sessions, and more!

Join us for our first ever Virtual Healthcare CISO Exchange May 18-19, 2020! In light of global health concerns due to COVID-19 and related government actions, we will deliver our Healthcare CISO Exchange as a digital experience open to all business professionals, in lieu of an in-person event.

We look forward to bringing together the information security community in this new digital format to learn, connect and benchmark together, all while continuing to offer unmatched Live speaker presentations from CISOs and other leading information security executives 

Complete the form to download our agenda!

Key Topics this year include: 

  • Reality check: is AI and ML Really Cybersecurity's Savior?
  • Living on the Edge: Meeting Emerging Cybersecurity Challenges in Digital Health
  • Strategies to Secure Pharmaceutical IP & Supply Chains
  • Healthcare 2.0: Securing the Brave New World of the IoMT
  • Championing Cybersecurity as a Critical Component of the Consumerization of Healthcare


2018 Cyber Security Exchange for Healthcare Post Event Report

2018 Cyber Security Exchange for Healthcare Post Event Report

In this report, you will find featured speakers, session topics, who attended, top areas of investments, and much more. Download your copy of the 2017 Cyber Security Exchange Healthcare Post Event Report!

Incident of the Week 4/10/2020

Incident of the Week 4/10/2020

Due to the coronavirus' quick spread and international attention it is no surprise it has quickly become a trending topic across the globe. Because of this attention it is more important now than ever before that healthcare organizations ensure their data is secure from potential cyber attacks. 

Over the past few weeks we have already seen cyber criminals taking advantage of the current pandemic by embedding trojans or worms in documents posing as information on COVID-19, or by taking advantage of organizations as they transition their workers into work from home programs. There was even an attempted hacking attack on the World Health Organization!

Healthcare Organizations have the responsibility of ensuring their patients data is safe from potential cyber attacks during this pandemic. To help these organizations during this time H-ISAC has partnered with RiskRecon, a Mastercard Company, to provide all healthcare organizations with free cybersecurity rating assessments. 

To learn more about this new program, H-ISAC and RiskRecon view our latest copy of Incident of the Week!