Jesse Fasolo serves as Director, Technology and Information Security at St. Joseph’s Health, where his core mission is to lead multiple teams of technology innovators that are ushering the healthcare system through a digital transformation. In this role, Jesse is responsible for developing and implementing the information technology strategy to align with health system’s strategic goals, while ensuring all data is protected. Over his 20-year career, his scope of responsibility has typically included: technology infrastructure, information systems, security architecture, project management/vendor management, business continuity/disaster recovery, service delivery, and business strategy. Prior to joining St. Joseph’s Health, Jesse gained extensive experience in information technology holding senior roles across other industries including finance, legal and retail. He holds Bachelor degrees in Information Systems and Business Administration from Florida Institute of Technology and a Master’s degree in Management, Strategy and Leadership from Michigan State University.
Organizations around the globe have been confronted with the realities of shifting their workforce to work from home in the wake of the coronavirus (COVID-19) with little to no planning or maturity in their IT and security processes. This shift in workforce dynamics is critically challenging for healthcare, with InfoSec and IT operations teams unable to reimage or surgically remediate events and issues remotely in a timely manner.
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