|Wednesday, September 9, 2020|
|11:15 AM - 11:45 AM (CDT)|
Industry Partner Spotlight
A compelling presentation of the latest innovations available in Detection, Prevention, and Response used to address Healthcare and Life Sciences threats increasing in frequency, sophistication, and impact, in an increasing climate of cost constraints, and resource and skills shortage. Traditional security controls and response can’t keep pace, your vulnerabilities and entry points are already well known.
Private and State-sponsored dark web actors are well-orchestrated, using innovative AI technologies and tooling, leveraging Digital Currencies, their R&D producing wares designed to circumvent traditional Healthcare and Life Sciences security practices have changed the game. You now require innovative integrated security approaches, and testing your own defenses using the same tools used against you. Are your Security Controls smartly working in tandem to one another?
|11:45 AM - 12:15 PM (CDT)|
The pandemic has accelerated Digital Transformation trends, reshaped our notions of healthcare, and created new business models that require the convergence of networking and security. Delivering healthcare outcomes and exceptional user experiences now requires seamless network access and robust security. We’ve also seen more sophisticated threats – from automated, opportunistic attacks to highly targeted campaigns. This webinar will outline security and networking requirements for contactless commerce and how Secure SD-WAN can be used to ensure security across the LAN, WAN and cloud edges.
|1:00 PM - 1:30 PM (CDT)|
As 2020 (finally) begins its descent into 2021 there are three trends that by themselves are quite bad but together they are just awful: Credential Theft, "Big Game Hunting" Ransomware, and Linux Malware. In this presentation we are going to look at the intersectionality of all three of these threats (and other factors like profitability and stealthiness) and how cyber intelligence will play a bigger role in defending organizations against threats proactively versus reactively. Sun Tzu once said that "every battle is won before it's ever fought" and "the art of war teaches us to rely not on the likelihood of the enemy's [coming] or not coming, but on our own readiness to receive him." By knowing what might be coming your way is better than reacting to it when (not if) the trouble gets there. Let's get prepared together!
|2:00 PM - 2:30 PM (CDT)|
Join Ordr's Vice President of products for an engaging session on how leading healthcare organizations are managing connected devices. This session also includes a unique demo.
|3:00 PM - 3:30 PM (CDT)|
Join Salwa Rafee an in-depth presentation on how healthcare delivery organizations across the world have maintained a strong security posture while rapidly shifting as much patient care delivery to remote connections, even before being able to fully securitize their telehealth-based operations, while responding to the COVID-19 outbreak.