Sponsored by: Rapid7
The healthcare sector has remained a prime target for cybercriminals for the last several years. More concerning is that for many health delivery organizations a lot of these network intrusions can remain undetected for long periods of time.
While some have said breaches are inevitable, detecting unauthorized access early on can significantly reduce the impact and proliferation of these threat actors. Incident detection and response paired with threat detection tools can decrease the amount of time it takes to respond to a breach and reduce the damage.
As the Cyber Security Program Manager at Christiana Care Health System, Gabriel Doncel has seen the effectiveness of a strong incident detection and response plan. He oversees the cybersecurity resiliency program for one of the largest Mid-Atlantic health systems in Delaware, including the guidance and coordination for incident response efforts like triage, evaluation, coordination, and executive reporting.
In this presentation, Doncel will share the keys to successfully implementing an incident detection and response plan in the healthcare sector.
- Outlining the steps for successfully identifying and remediating attacks
- Identifying how to evaluate the need for an in-house security information and event management or a managed detection and response program
- Detailing the necessary steps to ensure an organization is prepared to face the top threats, including phishing, malware, and stolen credential use
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