Inoculate Healthcare: Secure Evolving Endpoints and Expand Resilience 

Healthcare organizations need to establish holistic risk management programs that safeguard electronic medical information along with other sensitive and proprietary data. Healthcare continues to be a popular target for hackers through a variety of tactics including weaponizing ransomware, misconfigured systems and social engineering attacks. With the barrage of healthcare hacks and the growing Internet of Medical Things, security is an ever-present concern especially with the need for constant access to systems and a fluid workforce.

Join this interactive three-day forum in Dallas, where impactful and practical information will provide insights to heads of cyber security within healthcare.  The program include: heightened visibility and security of the evolving Internet of Medical Things; effective and proactive implementation of Artificial Intelligence; communicating and convincing the board; bolstering identity and access governance with growing endpoints, and more

The Cyber Security for Healthcare Exchange offers a true peer-to-peer networking forum while highlighting the latest technologies, strategies and processes to improve resilience with talent shortfalls and emerging technologies.

Contact us today to find how you might join this dynamic, executive-level affair.

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Key Issues Addressed Throughout the Exchange:


It is estimated that, with each electronic health record (EHR) costing around USD 355 in the black market, data breaches have resulted in losses worth USD 6.2 billion per year to the US healthcare industry.


In 2019 alone, Healthcare providers could lose more than $80 billion in revenue from patients impacted by medical identity theft.$300-Billion-Attack.pdf.


Accenture believes that data breaches can cost the healthcare industry more than $300 billion of cumulative lifetime patient revenue over the next 5 years.$300-Billion-Attack.pdf.


According to the Federal Bureau of Investigation, electronic health records (EHR) are far more valuable than financial data. EHRs can sell for $50 in the black market, compared to just $1 for a stolen social security number or credit card number.


A recent study published in the BMC Medicine revealed that 66 percent of health apps that send identifying information over the Internet don’t use encryption while 20 percent don’t have a privacy policy.

What Distinguishes This Event?

Unique invitation-only event which will feature senior executives from leading global companies. Unsurpassed formal and informal networking opportunities to share and exchange ideas and concepts.

50 Cross-industry Leaders

Benchmark strategies alongside Officers from leading organizations at this invitation-only event

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Meet the leading service providers relevant to your strategic needs in scheduled one-on-one meetings


Interactive, Customized Agenda

Build a customized agenda of practical presentations, cutting-edge case studies, and interactive roundtable discussions consistent with your current priorities – no time wasted!

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The world’s leading senior-level IT event for networking and benchmarking


Industry Speakers


Innovative Solution Providers


Interactive Sessions


Exclusive Opportunity to Share, Learn, and Build Key Business Relationships

This Exchange presents the opportunity to network, learn from others, identify trends, benchmark, discuss the latest information technologies, and build business relationships with IT executives. At this Exchange we elevate your experience with these five features:


Brain Weave® discussions - intimate discussion, usually in a small room without PowerPoint, to urge interaction and brainstorming


Exclusive senior level attendance - our profiling criteria for inviting delegate will ensure that you are surrounded by peers at your level


Strategic conference sessions – the agenda was designed after thorough and in-depth researches with Chief Information Officers and IT executives to make sure we are addressing only relevant topics


Customized itinerary – you will be able to choose the activities you want to take part on, as well as vendors you would like to meet


One-on-one business meetings - optimize your time out of the office by meeting key vendors of your choice and understand how they can quickly help you overcome some of your most pressing issues

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Venue & Travel

May 19-21, 2019 | Dallas, TX

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