About this webcast:

Compliance mandates only get us part way in preventing data and security breaches.  The next frontier for healthcare organizations is the move from “checking the box” to truly understanding whether their security controls are working and whether those controls keep the attackers out before a breach happens.  In other words, we need to THINK AHEAD.  The challenge is many security teams are overwhelmed with too much reactive data compounded with the large scope and scale of security and risk assessment now mandated by HIPAA/HITECH security and privacy rules.

Join Lynne Dunbrack, Program Director, IDC Health Insights and Seema Sheth-Voss, Director Marketing, Core Security for a discussion on the current gaps in healthcare compliance mandates as well as challenges faced by midsized and small security team who need to keep up.  This session will cover how a holistic and predictive vulnerability and threat management can help healthcare organizations develop effective risk frameworks, gain more value from existing security tools and keep the attackers out.  The interactive session will show how CORE’s Predictive vulnerability management solution helps healthcare organizations to:

  • Conduct effective risk assessment called out by HIPAA and MU guidelines and go beyond compliance
  • Ease the preparation for audits and reduce the overall cost of compliance
  • Communicate and convey business risk – getting business to understand the impact of a breach and buy into the investments and efforts around security and risk


Healthcare Analyst Webcast: Predictive Security Intelligence – Driving effective risk management in healthcare systems. 

Date and Time: Tuesday, November 27 at 2pm US Eastern / 11am Pacific
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