What you will learn:
- How to recognize and understand the strengths and weaknesses of your own environment
- How to adopt a warfare mindset by applying the decision cycle of Observe, Orient, Decide and Act ("OODA") to create a more strategic approach to your security strategy
- How to justify the return on security investment by calculating the cost of a data breach for your organization
We're at war. Recently, there were more malware detections in the United States than any other country. The Independent IT-Security Institute registers over 390,000 new malicious programs every day and a new Zero-Day vulnerability is discovered each week. Ransomware code is available on the dark net for as little as $394 and hospitals are in the cross hairs because of the value of the information and the ease with which it can be exploited.
The past two years (2015, 2016) have seen an exponential escalation in the attacks on the healthcare industry.
"If we, in healthcare, don’t start treating this as a war on our physical and financial well-being, we will lose."
- Mary Chaput, CFO of Clearwater Compliance