Join us for an exclusive briefing from RSA Conference 2013 for healthcare information security leaders.
Attendees will learn about healthcare info security trends identified in all-new global surveys and hear an expert analysis of key action items for the year ahead. Topics to be covered include:
The security implications of BYOD, social media and texting;
The key to a successful security training effort;
The role of encryption, on end-user devices as well as servers, in preventing breaches.
More than 500 major health data breaches have been reported in the past three years, proof that many healthcare organizations still have a long way to go when it comes to data security. What are the key issues that need to be addressed?
Join us for a discussion of the status of healthcare information security and the outlook for the year ahead. Howard Anderson, news editor of the HealthcareInfoSecurity website, will offer highlights of an exclusive survey of security leaders and discuss trends for the year ahead with David Houlding, Intel's healthcare privacy and security lead architect. David will also share highlights from another recent survey of healthcare worker user experience with security and the workarounds they may use, such as personal devices/apps, social media and texting, that can drive non-compliance issues and risk.
The speakers address a wide range of important issues, including:
Top information security priorities for the year ahead;
Security technologies that healthcare organizations plan to implement - and why;
The critical security issues in the emerging areas of BYOD, social media and texting;
An assessment of current security training efforts, and how they could be improved;
The role of encryption, not just on end-user devices, but also on servers;
David Houlding currently serves as the Principal Healthcare Lead on the Microsoft Azure Industry Experiences Team. He currently serves as Chair of the HIMSS Blockchain in Healthcare Task Force, a group of ~100 leaders from across healthcare worldwide, collaborating to advance blockchain in healthcare. Houlding also currently serves as an advisor to both the British Blockchain Association and Lifeboat Foundation. He has led the successful creation and deployment of a wide range of solutions to help reduce the cost of healthcare, improve patient outcomes, experiences, and engagement. Prior to joining Microsoft in 2018 Houlding served for over 10 years at Intel Health & Life Sciences where he was the Director of Healthcare Privacy & Security, responsible for enabling healthcare organizations worldwide to achieve compliance with regulations and data protection laws, and implement effective privacy and security programs. In his current role at Microsoft, Houlding works with key partners and industry influencers to enable healthcare organizations make use of cloud computing and related technologies to reduce healthcare costs, and enable new transformative healthcare use cases to improve patient outcomes, leveraging strategic technologies such as such as AI / ML, blockchain, IoMT (Internet of Medical Things), and others. Houlding has a proven track record for innovation with 5 patents granted by the USPTO.