HEALTHCARE SECURITY FORUM: A HIMSS EVENT
Boston, MA, Oct. 15-16, 2018
Toby Gouker has nearly 40 years of experience, spanning both industry and academia. He currently directs the engineering management program at University of Maryland, Baltimore County, and serves at the vice president of strategy and CISO for First Cyber Health Advisory Solutions. Prior to his work at UMBC, Toby served as the provost and chief academic officer for the SANS Technology Institute. He has also held a number of other academic positions over the past 10 years.
In addition to his academic endeavors, Toby has worked extensively in industry. He worked as the chief strategy officer for LongView International Technology Solutions and as chief operating officer for Computer Technology Solutions to build federal healthcare information technology and security practices.
Prior to his federal contracting positions, he was the director of operations at CertisUSA where he managed several biotech facilities; a research and development manager at W.R. Grace commercializing power plant and other source air pollution control products; and a project leader for several synthetic fuels ventures at Exxon Research and Engineering.
Toby received his Ph.D. in applied management and decision sciences from Walden University, his M.B.A. at the University of Houston, and a B.S. in chemical engineering at Worcester Polytechnic Institute. He is also a graduate faculty member at American Graduate University and DeVry University.
Welcome to the Think Tank!
This highly interactive and fun session leverages the audiences’ collective experience to drive greater value and takeaways. It works like this: For the first 10 minutes, each table discusses individual roadblocks and challenges with 3rd party risk management. Then a designated attendee from each table takes the floor microphone and asks our panel of experts a key question from the table discussion. The goal here is to cater to specific interests of attendees to provide the most pertinent and valuable information possible.
More and more, breach and enforcement activities against covered entities result from the actions or in-actions of third party partners. Poor engagement, oversight, monitoring and dis-engagement often leaves covered entities responsible for all of the risk, fees, and reputational fall out.
In this session, get your questions answered and learn best practices to mitigate 3rd party risk.