Cybersecurity tactical incident response & hacking health care training

November 18, 2021

Sensato logo.Join Washington Hospital Services Industry Partner Sensato for a Cybersecurity Tactical Incident Response Training from 10 a.m.-2 p.m., Dec. 14, 15 & 16. Click here for course brochure.

This Cybersecurity Tactical Incident Response Training delivers a fast-paced cybersecurity incident response program with hands-on exercises and incorporates the concept of “immediate action drills” (IAD) to build incident response muscle memory, which leads to a reduction in damages during those critical moments after a cyber-attack, when minutes count.

The training will also cover theory and strategy for your hospital’s incident response. You will have the opportunity to test your assumptions through tabletop simulations. Through the workshops and hands-on practice, attendees will also develop their incident response plan that has been tested during the training program.

After completion of the course, you will evolve your ability to respond to threats with a framework that fully supports NIST 800-61 Rev. 2 and HIPAA, as well as other frameworks and regulatory models.

The fee for the training is $2,500 per person. WSHA members who set up a 30-minute pre-meeting with Sensato will have the fee waived. The purpose of the 30-minute meeting is to share your cybersecurity challenges and for an opportunity to learn about Sensato. Set up your 30-minute meeting with Sensato here.

The Washington Hospital Services Industry Partner program connects hospitals with product and service organizations to create efficiencies, lower costs and deliver exceptional health care. For more information about Sensato or the WHS Industry Partner Program, contact Ed Phippen at or (206) 216-2556.


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