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Download the 2019 agenda for info on speakers, sessions, and more!

Download the 2019 agenda for info on speakers, sessions, and more!

Join us May 19-21, 2019 at the Renaissance Dallas Hotel in beautiful Dallas, Texas for the Cyber Security for Healthcare Exchange!


The 2019 Exchange will provide CISOs, CIOs, VPs and other heads of Cyber Security with a three-day event that delivers leading practices and dialogue-driven debates on key challenge areas, thought leadership discussions, and numerous networking activities. This exclusive, invitation-only event will be a capped audience of 45 Cyber Security executives from some of most recognizable organizations in the world including UnitedHealth Group, Alcon, St. Luke's Health Systems, Catholic Health Services of Long Island, Adventist Healthcare, Kaiser Permanente, and many more!. 


Key topics being addressed at this year's Exchange include sessions on:


  • Holistic Threat Management- Minimizing Threats and Increasing Resilience
  • Evolving Threat Hunting: Ransomware, Wannacry, What’s Next?
  • Privacy and Security of Medical Data: When Everyone Wants to Bring Their Own Device
  • Quantifying Cyber Risk Valuation- The Hype, Hope and Harsh Reality
  • Improving Third Party Risk Management in Healthcare
  • Realities of AI and Machine Learning- Is it Really Working?


Learn more about the different sessions and networking opportunities by downloading the Cyber Security for Healthcare Exchange agenda today!

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!

Nation-State Security Trends Report 2019

Nation-State Security Trends Report 2019

Heading into the 2020 U.S. presidential election pre-season, the U. S. government has been — and will continue to be — squarely focused on defending against nation-state hacks and influence. Especially on the heels of the recent government shutdown, the impact on the cyber security community was certainly felt. Democrats are already making election security a campaign issue for the next election pushing their Republication counterparts with the need to be more aggressive on their security stance, in order to calm down the public and get people to “believe in the system again.” And so, when speaking on this topic you must first address the big four Nation-States: namely Russia, China, Iran, and North Korea.