Tuesday, October 15, 2019
Speaker: Anthony Ciccozzi, PE, GICSP, PMP, Lead Cybersecurity Engineer
This webinar is sponsored by:
Health Care facilities are a rich target for cybersecurity attacks given the critical nature of patient care and the inherent sensitivity of the patient and health care institutions personal and financial data. Traditional IT based cybersecurity tools, practices, and regulations often only address a portion of the overall cybersecurity risks. In this session, Eaton discusses the risks to health care facilities driven by the non-IT or Operational Technology (OT) systems. These OT systems - including building automation, electrical infrastructure, and fire and safety systems - introduce cybersecurity risks often overlooked. Through a comparison of IT and OT cybersecurity, a review of threats and attack vectors, the analysis of a case study, and the presentation of a cybersecurity maintenance program this session will provide you with a framework to address these risks in your facility.
- Learn what facility managers can do to protect health care facilities/patients from cybersecurity threats.
- Understand the differences between a traditional Information Technology (IT) system and Operational Technology (OT) networks
- Learn how your infrastructure OT network vulnerability can negatively impact patient care and data
- Learn common security vulnerabilities and weaknesses in health care facilities (through the presentation of a case study)
- Apply cybersecurity maintenance best practices to protect health care facilities
- Learn how a facility manager can evaluate the cybersecurity state of their health care system through a simple framework of questions
Please Note: This is a Lunch & Learn webinar and is not eligible for CECs.
DISCLAIMER: The views expressed by presenters in this webinar should not be construed as directly representing the views of the American Society for Health Care Engineering (ASHE). ASHE does not endorse any products or services promoted in this webinar.