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Not If But When: Preventing the Next Generation of Security Attacks in Healthcare

Wednesday, September 14, 2016 | 1:00 p.m. ET, 12:00 p.m. CT

Cybersecurity is more than just a buzzword. In today's climate, there are new, more sophisticated attacks on the horizon and healthcare organizations need strategies and protection plans in place that extend across the entire enterprise.

Research indicates providers could pay up to $233 for each compromised patient record in a data breach. A hack that affects 3 million people could end up costing that organization at least $7 million. And experts agree: It's about about if but when a cyberattack occurs. Will your organization be ready?

Join Healthcare Informatics and a multi-disciplinary panel of experts as we discuss the findings from the recent Healthcare Informatics research report "Not If But When: Preventing the Next Generation of Security Attacks in Healthcare." Learn how data breach costs go far beyond fines and the workflows and processes required to help healthcare organizations of any size take better control of security endeavors.

Panelists in this webinar include experts from Kelsey-Seybold Clinic and Cooper University Healthcare.

Learning Objectives:

  • Describe how healthcare organizations can better prepare for next gen cyber security attacks
  • Summarize the current security threat landscape, including spear-phising attacks and ransomware
  • Examine challenges involved in implementing sustainable cybersecurity plans
  • Relate why it's so important for healthcare organizations to be open and transparent about cybersecurity strategies across the enterprise

Registrants of this webinar will receive an advance copy of the Healthcare Informatics research report, titled: "Not If But When: Preventing the Next Generation of Security Attacks in Healthcare"

Healthcare Informatics has been approved by the College of Healthcare Information Management Executives (CHIME) to award a total of 1.0 hours of continuing education credits for "Not If But When: Preventing the Next Generation of Security Attacks in Healthcare."  CHIME Members may claim their CEUs for this program by entering them on the CHIME website at

Phil Curran
CISO & Chief Privacy Officer
Cooper University Healthcare

Phil Curran has more than 20 years of experience in information security and privacy in the military, government and private sectors. As the Chief Information Assurance and Privacy Officer at Cooper University Healthcare in Camden NJ, he is responsible for managing governance and regulatory compliance, risk assessment and management, threat intelligence and vulnerability assessment, privacy and security investigations, business continuity, and awareness & training. 

Martin Littmann
Kelsey-Seybold Clinic

As Chief Technology Officer and Chief Information Security Officer at Kelsey-Seybold Clinic, Martin Littmann has led the expansion of the depth, breadth, and scope of the IT organization there. He has spearheaded efforts to improve quality and efficiency across the data center, network, and information security domains to implement, expand, and sustain clinical and administrative objectives in EMR (Epic), ERP (Lawson), PACS (Brit, iSite), and administrative (Lawson, Kronos) application areas.

Littmann has proven to be a demonstrated hands-on expert in developing and cultivating organizations, educating and engaging executive leadership, and building strategic customer and vendor relationships critical to the organization’s success.

Stephen Nardone
Practice Director of Security and Mobility

Stephen Nardone is an industry-leading security expert with more than 35 years of experience in security program development and management, risk governance and oversight, architecture, service development and delivery, and security vulnerability management, assessment and testing. As Practice Director of Security and Mobility, Nardone leads the Company’s efforts to develop solutions and services that help customers reduce exposure to security threats. 
Prior to joining Connection, Nardone worked at the National Security Agency (NSA) for 15 years, where he ran NSA’s Commercial Trusted Product Evaluation Program. Nardone also served as CSO/CTO of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, and held various leadership positions in the private sector on both the Professional Services and Operational Security side. 

Mark Hagland
Healthcare Informatics