Healthcare Security Forum | A HIMSS Event

Sep 11 8:00am - 13, 2017 4:30pm EDT
Sheraton Boston Hotel | Boston, MA
Member Cost: $

Cybersecurity | Human Security | Compliance | Threat Management

The First Secretary of U.S. Department of Homeland Security and President Obama’s Cybersecurity Coordinator to Keynote Data Security Event

We know it. And you know it: Security never sleeps. The threats are real. And we're here to help you avoid being the next breach headline.

This September at the HIMSS Healthcare Security Forum, sharpen your security skills, get critical updates on emerging threats, and network with the best minds in the business.

Featured keynotes include:

  • Governor Tom Ridge, First Secretary of U.S. Department of Homeland Security, Former Gov. of Pennsylvania and Chairman, Ridge Global
  • Michael Daniel, Cybersecurity Coordinator to President Barack Obama & Special Assistant to the President

Gov. Ridge will address “From Risk to Resilience: The Global Mission to Secure Cyberspace

Healthcare organizations today face a daily and growing assault from nation states, lone actors, and organized crime. These attacks are wreaking havoc on institutions insufficiently prepared. In September, Ridge, one of the world's top security experts, will bring cybersecurity priorities into perspective, explore the evolution of cybersecurity strategy, next-gen cyber attacks, and how organizations can integrate cybersecurity into its core business functions

Mr. Daniel will present “A 360 Degree Outlook on the Global Security Landscape”

From the attack on Sony Pictures Entertainment to the intrusion into the Office of Personnel Management and the Russian efforts to meddle in the U.S. electoral process, Daniel has maintained a pivotal role leading the government’s response to the most prominent cyber incidents of our time, leading the nation’s cybersecurity strategy and policy efforts from 2012-2016.  His insights are crucial to a comprehensive knowledge of today’s security landscape, including the potential impact of the Trump administration’s approach to cybersecurity and the heightened power of the Internet of Things and Big Data, to thrive in an interconnected world.