As healthcare organizations look back at their response to the COVID-19 pandemic, there’s a lot that can be learned and applied to a healthcare organization’s cybersecurity incident response. It turns out that there are a lot of similarities between a pandemic response and a cybersecurity incident response. In fact, that’s partially why a computer virus is called a virus.
At our December EXPO.health Experience, Gabrielle Hempel, Cloud Security Engineer at Cigna, will be sharing how healthcare organizations can leverage lessons learned from the pandemic and apply them to their cybersecurity and incident response plans. She’ll share practical insights you can use to improve your cybersecurity efforts.
Join Gabrielle and the health IT community as we engage in a deep discussion of healthcare cybersecurity and how you can develop a better strategy to fend off attacks to your organization and respond to cybersecurity incidents.
12:00-12:30 PM ET – Keynote Presentation + LIVE Interactive Chat with our keynote speaker, Gabrielle Hempel (we're channeling Lin-Manuel Miranda and how he engaged with the audience while streaming Hamilton)
12:30-1:00 PM ET – Post-Keynote Analysis Discussion (similar to a TV after show, think The Bachelor's After the Final Rose).
1:00-1:30 PM ET – Call-in Show. Hop on camera or submit your questions and join the discussion on our 30 min call-in show
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Gabrielle is a graduate of the University of Cincinnati, where she studied Neuroscience and Psychology. She started her career in pharmaceutical development and regulatory compliance, and led specialized committees targeting Phase I, infectious...