Healthcare Security Forum: A HIMSS Event

December 9-10, 2019 | Boston, MA

Vulnerability Management

December 9, 2019
1:45pm - 2:25pm
St. George CD

With the never-ending headlines of major breaches caused by vulnerabilities, it’s clear that vulnerability management isn’t easy. Scanning for vulnerabilities on the network is a relatively straightforward task. It’s easy to schedule and can be configured to be continuous. The process becomes more challenging when determining how to remediate vulnerabilities and eliminate the risk from the network.

In this session, two experienced healthcare CISOs discuss their challenges and approaches to vulnerability management: What’s worked and is working; what hasn’t; and how to manage vulnerabilities in a way that doesn’t disrupt an organization’s business goals.

Key discussion points

  • Scanning
  • Knowing what to patch & testing
  • Getting leadership buy-in and articulating business risk

Speakers

Chad
Wilson
Chief Information Security Officer
Stanford Children's Health
Chris
Crowley
Ethical Hacker, Senior Instructor
SANS
Darren
Lacey
Chief Information Security Officer
Johns Hopkins University And Johns Hopkins Medicine
Lee
Kim
Director of Privacy and Security
HIMSS

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