Washington Hospital Services Industry Partner Sensato Cybersecurity presented a webinar on March 9 to discuss “What Healthcare Leaders Need to Know for Cybersecurity Success in 2023.”
The world of cybersecurity in health care has changed significantly over the past few years. Yet, most health care organizations continue to need help putting cybersecurity practices in place to keep up with modern-day hackers. These challenges are partly due to staffing shortages, dramatic changes to cyber liability insurance requirements, supply chain impacts, budget constraints and more.
The emerging trend in health care cybersecurity is that the C-Suite and the board of directors are held accountable for breaches. The IT team can no longer bear the cybersecurity burden alone. As litigation and lawsuits rise, the best thing that hospital executives can do is ensure they have a clear cybersecurity strategy.
CloudWave’s Chief Security and Engineering Officer John Gomez shares what the C-Suite and the board of directors need to know about their cybersecurity strategy. He will share lessons learned from 2022 and an outlook for how health care organizations in Washington State can successfully combat hackers in 2023.
What you’ll learn:
- Cybersecurity Lessons from 2022 and recommendations for changes in 2023
- Why the C-Suite is increasingly being held accountable for breaches and how to be prepared
- Emerging trends in cybersecurity
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 Cybersecurity or the WHS Industry Partner Program, contact Ed Phippen call (206) 216-2556. (Ed Phippen)