Secure Healthcare Organizations from Ransomware Attacks with CIS and AWS
Previously presented Wednesday June 15, 2022 | 2:00 p.m. EDT
In this joint webinar from the Center for Internet Security (CIS) and AWS, subject matter experts will discuss the unique healthcare threat landscape and solutions that can help healthcare organizations mitigate ransomware attacks.
While not a novel threat, ransomware continues to be an increasingly prominent concern. This especially rings true for the healthcare sector, which has seen the number of ransomware incidents explode in recent years as the industry shifts toward electronic health records and other digital technologies. The COVID-19 pandemic only compounded this, with ransomware emerging as the top cyber threat facing healthcare organizations.
In order to prevent ransomware and other cyber attacks from exposing patient data or disrupting critical services, healthcare organizations have made cybersecurity a strategic priority. In this webinar, experts from both CIS and AWS will share their advice on how healthcare organizations can better protect themselves against the threat of ransomware attacks.
What You'll Learn
- Understand the current rise in ransomware attacks and the attack vectors that are often exploited to deliver ransomware, with a focus on the unique elements affecting the healthcare sector
- Cybersecurity policies and strategies that healthcare organizations can utilize to strengthen their cyber defenses
- Resources and tools available from AWS and CIS that can help healthcare organizations identify, protect, detect, respond, and recover from ransomware attacks
CIS Speaker in Attendance
Senior Vice President, Operations and Security Services, Center for Internet Security (CIS)
Recognized globally for his expertise in cybersecurity, Josh Moulin is the Senior Vice President of Operations & Security Services at CIS and has worked in cybersecurity since 2004. Prior to joining CIS, Moulin was an Executive Partner at Gartner and advised federal government and defense executives, a CIO and CISO within the U.S. nuclear weapons complex, and a commander of an FBI cybercrimes taskforce. He holds a Master’s Degree in Information Security & Assurance and over a dozen certifications in digital forensics and cybersecurity.
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