HEALTHCARE SECURITY FORUM: A HIMSS EVENT

Boston, MA
Oct. 15-16, 2018

Tyler Mullican

Associate Chief Information Security Officer
Adventist Health System

Tyler Mullican is a 15-year veteran of the security industry and is Associate CISO at Adventist Health System where he leads information security technology and operations. Mullican has been a researcher and writer on security and security architecture. He has authored several articles on a range of information security subjects and contributed to various not-for-profit security organizations including the Information Systems Security Association, Information Systems Audit and Control Association, InfraGard and the Southeast Collegiate Cyber Defense Competition.

Before Adventist Health System, Mullican held Vice President, security architect, and management positions with Fortress Information Security, FireEye Inc. and Fish-Net Security. Before that, he held security and IT positions with Community Health Systems Corp. Mullican has a Master of Business Administration and a bachelor’s degree in Information Systems Security. Additionally, he holds numerous certifications including Certified Information Security Systems Professional and those related to the administration and use of several security solutions.

October 16, 2018
9:15am - 10:00am
America Ballroom

Your organization has just been hit with a large-scale breach. As security leader what do you do first?

This CISO panel session will discuss prioritization and the sequence of activities that you should follow when dealing with a major breach including executive and other internal communication, external breach notification including affected individuals, OCR, and state regulatory bodies. With a 72-hour breach notification window fast becoming the norm, you don’t have long to think about things making sure that it’s done right!

October 15, 2018
1:30pm - 2:10pm
America Ballroom

When it comes to security, most organizations still focus on prevention and take a set-it-and-forget-it mentality. Prevention is ideal, but it's inherently flawed and will fail. Remember, it’s not if but when you’ll be breached.

To respond quickly and contain attacks, you need the people, processes, and technology in place to detect and stay one-step ahead of hackers.

On solution, automated continuous security monitoring, can be a life-saver, providing real-time visibility across your organization’s network.

In this session, our expert speakers will discuss the role continuous security monitoring plays in a healthcare security strategy. They’ll also review and help attendees prioritize other threat detection capabilities necessary to identify and squelch the inevitable attacks yet to come.

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