-More than 25% of US hospitals have suffered at least one ransomware attack in the last two years.
-Clearly, hospital IT teams, for the first time, the power to see and stop ransomware and other cyberattacks across a hospital’s sprawling and fragmented ecosystem of office IT, clinical technologies, and electronic health systems.
-Existing security solutions are only capable of detecting cyberthreats on office worker devices, which leaves two-thirds of a hospital’s IT environment invisible and undefended. Visit https://www.securityweekly.com/bsw for all the latest episodes!
Why Hospitals Face Unique Security Challenges
Mike Murray – CEO and Founder at Scope Security
Mike Murray is the founder and CEO of Scope Security, the healthcare security company. At Scope, Murray builds on his nearly two decades of experience leading teams of highly skilled security professionals to solve critical security problems in healthcare.
Throughout his career, Murray has helped discover some of the world’s most notorious breaches and nation state threats, and is sought out by industry, media and security teams for insights on today’s most pressing issues in cybersecurity.
Prior to founding Scope, Murray served as the Chief Security Officer at Lookout, where he presided over the protection of nearly 200m mobile users and their data. Previously, he led Product Development Security at GE Healthcare, where he built a global team that secured all of GE Healthcare’s portfolio of pre-market medical devices and services. Murray also co-founded The Hacker Academy and MAD Security, and has held leadership positions at companies including Lookout, nCircle Network Security, Liberty Mutual Insurance and Neohapsis.
Ben Carr – CISO at Qualys
Ben Carr is the Chief Information Security Officer at Qualys. He is an information security and risk executive with more than 25 years of experience in developing and executing long-term security strategies. Ben has demonstrated global leadership and experience, through executive leadership roles of advanced technology, high risk, and rapid-growth initiatives, at companies such as Aristocrat, Tenable, Visa and Nokia. While at Aristocrat, Ben built a world-class global cybersecurity program from the ground up as part of a digital transformation. As a senior cybersecurity executive at Visa, Ben was responsible for developing and leading Visa’s Global Attack Surface Management Team and capability. Prior to Visa, he led all security programs for Nokia corporate IT as the Global Head of IT Security. Ben holds a certificate in Risk & Information Systems Control (CRISC), is a Certified Data Privacy Solutions Engineer (CDPSE).
Jason Albuquerque – Chief Operating Officer at Envision Technologies
Jason Albuquerque is the COO of Envision Technologies.
Matt Alderman – Executive Director at CyberRisk Alliance
Strategic Advisor at Automox, security consultant, and wizard of entrepreneurship.
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