Expanding the use of technology in health care provides significant benefits – but it also requires an infrastructure that adequately protects our hospital employees, our patients, and their families from cybersecurity threats. Working with hospitals in a cloud environment or internet-enabled devices, for example, can bring risks along with benefits. In this session, John Riggi will discuss the steps that the American Hospital Association is taking to help hospitals ensure reliable and secure access to data. There are many potential entry points for hackers to access health care facilities, and hospitals should prepare for cybersecurity risks as a key component of business continuity frameworks.
1.) Explain how the American Hospital Association is working to help keep our nation’s hospitals secure and free of cyberattacks.
2.) Describe how you can protect your company or hospital from becoming a potential entry point for clandestine visitors.
3.) List examples of ways to help keep your key stakeholders, including clients, patients, and others, secure.
Senior Advisor, Cybersecurity and Risk Advisory Services,
American Hospital Association
Credits: None available.
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