Healthcare providers are in the fight of their lives to protect themselves from cyber criminals and other threats. Unfortunately, whether it's by hacking, malware, or phishing, if someone wants badly enough to break into your system, they'll likely find a way.
Healthcare IT managers are faced with decisions to make about appropriate levels of resourcing to expend in protecting their organizations. In this educational webinar, you will gain insight into the standards that are recommended by security experts to provide adequate protection without wasteful spending.
The Software Engineering Institute's CERT Resilience Management Model (CERT-RMM) was developed to help healthcare and other organizations assess their current security readiness and then implement improvements to become more secure and resilient. In this session, a CERT cybersecurity engineer describes the CERT-RMM and highlights the key processes organizations must implement to manage risk to critical assets and maintain business continuity during a security crisis. Organizations can no longer expect to prevent every cyberattack, but they must be ready to continue operations and meet their mission when disruption occurs. That, is a hallmark of security maturity.
Member of the Cyber Risk and Resilience Management Directorate of the CERT Division
Carnegie Mellon University Software Engineering Institute
Anne Connell is a member of the Cyber Risk and Resilience Management Directorate of the CERT Division at Carnegie Mellon University's Software Engineering Institute. In addition to developing tools and training material for law enforcement and intelligence agencies, Anne's research focuses on emerging trends and tool development in the fields of risk management, incident response, cybersecurity assessment and forensics.