Effective Strategies to Respond to a Cyberattack
Noon – 1:00 P.M. Central time
Registration fees: $225 per facility | Non-Members Registration Fee: $350 per facility
Hospital CEO’s and executive teams, Hospital board members, and additional staff as identified with cybersecurity oversight or reporting responsibility
In the face of the alarming escalation in cyberattacks targeting health care organizations, the question that looms large is: How can you accurately determine if your institution has fallen victim to a breach? On average, organizations typically require over six months to identify a breach, underscoring the urgency of addressing this critical issue. Building on the insights shared during the previous session on October 4th, cybersecurity experts, Sameer Bhalotra and Sanjay Deo will talk about clues suggesting your hospital is under attack and what to do in the critical minutes and hours following. Your hospital’s resilience against cyber threats begins with informed and swift action – this session equips you with the knowledge to make that difference.
In this webinar, you can expect to learn:
- Identify the clues that indicate your hospital has been subject to a cybersecurity breach.
- Identify appropriate response strategies when your hospital has come under a cybersecurity attack.
Sanjay Deo, CISSP, CISA, HCISPP, CMMC-RP, PCI-QSA, Evangelist, President and CEO, 24by7 Security
Sanjay Deo is the Founder and President of the consulting firm 24By7Security, Inc., a member of the company’s Board of Directors, and a global authority on Cybersecurity and Compliance. He has 30 years of experience in information technology, business process management, IT Security and Compliance. He is a Cybersecurity Evangelist and has spoken on various topics like “Compliance is Not Security” and “A Cybersecurity Tsunami is coming: Are You Ready?”.
At 24By7Security, the corporate mission is to advise clients on building a defensible platform in the face of rising direct and indirect Cybersecurity and Privacy incidents due to increased cybercrime, regulations, and legal action. Company clients include global healthcare, financial services, media & entertainment, travel and cruise, and industrial and government sectors. Sanjay is a big proponent of the mantra “Don’t Risk IT, Secure IT” and focuses on proactive cybersecurity management. Sanjay conducts Executive Briefings to Board members and C-Suite management levels on topics like phishing, ransomware, and related subjects. Sanjay also acts as a “Breach Coach” when necessary and has assisted multiple clients with ransomware negotiations and remediation.
In recognition of the large amounts of time Sanjay has spent on volunteer service for the community, he has been honored as a recipient of the President’s Lifetime Achievement Award, granted to him in 2022 by US President Joe Biden.
Sanjay holds a Master’s degree in Computer Science from Texas A&M University and is a Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP), CMMC Registered Practitioner, Healthcare Information Security and Privacy Practitioner (HCISPP), Certified Information Security Auditor (CISA), and a PCI Qualified Security Assessor (QSA).
Sameer Bhalotra, Co-Founder and CEO, ActZero
A leader in building startups, Sameer Bhalotra is an industry veteran with 15 years of experience in cybersecurity. As Co-Founder and CEO of ActZero, Sameer is driving the company’s strategy and its evolution as the industry’s leading Managed Detection and Response Service provider.
His experience spans the U.S. Government, leading research universities, and the security products industry. Most recently, he served as Co-Founder CEO of StackRox, acquired by IBM; and as a cybersecurity executive at Google.
He also served in the U.S. government in various roles including Senior Director for Cybersecurity on the National Security Council staff at the White House and Cybersecurity & Technology Lead for the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence.
Sameer holds a Ph.D. in Applied Physics from Stanford University, and a B.A. in Physics & Chemistry from Harvard University.