Keith Duemling has served as Director of Cybersecurity Technology Protection for the Cleveland Clinic since early 2018. He currently oversees all cybersecurity technology platforms throughout the Cleveland Clinic global operations base. This technology portfolio includes all infrastructure and endpoint protection solutions and the integration of these platforms. Before joining the Cleveland Clinic, he served in multiple information security roles with another regional healthcare provider, including Information Security Officer over a 13-year timeframe.
He is a graduate of Penn State University with a bachelor’s degree in Security and Risk Analysis (BS-SRA) and a master’s degree in Cybersecurity and Information Assurance (MPS-CIA). He is also a graduate of the Carnegie Mellon University CISO-Executive Education and Certification Program since 2014. Keith also maintains multiple technical and leadership certifications from various organizations such as; CHIME, HIMSS, ISACA, and ISC2.
He served within the United States Army Quartermaster Corps, which is a subordinate command of the United States Army’s Combined Arms Support Command. He received an honorable discharge from the United States Army and multiple commendations for service.
He lives outside of Cleveland, Ohio, with his wife and three children.
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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