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1st Annual Healthcare Cybersecurity Summit

Billington CyberSecurity

Thursday, October 17, 2013 from 7:00 AM to 6:30 PM (EDT)

Reston, VA

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WE REGRET TO INFORM YOU THAT DUE TO THE GOVERNMENT SHUTDOWN, THIS CONFERENCE HAS BEEN CANCELED.


HEALTHCARE CYBERSECURITY SUMMIT

OCTOBER 17, 2013

Sprint Headquarters, The Salons, 12524 Sunrise Valley Drive, Reston, VA.

Click here for directions.

NEW KEYNOTE:

Kevin Charest, CISO, HHS

Register Today! 

This inaugural summit will address the rising cyber threats to healthcare organizations and potential ways to mitgate them.  Over 20 leading healthcare Chief Information Security Officers, Chief Information Officers, and industry experts are confirmed they will speak in this excusive summit. See the full list of superb speakers and the agenda below!

Billington CyberSecurity, a leading media company and event creator which organizes the annual cybersecrurity summit, is producing this forum in partnership with the National Health-ISAC.  Healthcare organizations are facing numerous cyber threats. Whether it’s from cybercriminals seeking personal financial information, identity thieves seeking personal health information to steal medical insurance, or organized criminals wanting to obtain intellectual property or disrupt corporate operations, the risks abound and the consequences are dire.

Over a two-year period, nearly half of the healthcare organizations surveyed by the Ponemon Institute experienced more than five data breaches. 

As healthcare organizations forge ahead with broadened integration of complex and interconnecting infrastructures to enable healthcare innovation and as the Administration’s healthcare law and electronic medical records revolutionize healthcare, what are the cyber vulnerabilities and how can organizations thwart them?

What best practices are leading healthcare organizations following to mitigate the threats? What does the threat landscape look like and how is it changing? What will FDA’s involvement be regarding medical device security?

TO SPONSOR OR EXHIBIT:

Contact:  Thomas K. Billington at 1-877-811-5066, tkb@billingtoncybersecurity.com

Attend Billington Cybersecurity’s inaugural Healthcare Cybersecurity Summit being held October 17th in Reston, VA at Sprint Nextel Reston Headquarters to gain a complete perspective on best practices for protecting your healthcare organization’s data’s integrity, learning how leading Federal IT leaders are innovating in healthcare cybersecurity and helping to avoid potentially significant financial losses.

Billington Cybersecurity is working in partnership with the NH-ISAC – the tactical and operational arm advancing national healthcare and public health critical infrastructure resilience – to bring together leading experts from healthcare organizations and the Federal Government. Billington CyberSecurity is the producer of the Cybersecurity Summit – now in its fourth year. This conference will review:

  • The President’s Executive Order on Cybersecurity and what it means to you
  • How you can protect more than just medical records
  • Protecting your Medical Devices from 21st century tampering
  • Health Organization and Federal CISOs recommendations for Healthcare Cybersecurity
  • Detecting and avoiding threats from within your organization
  • Discovering whether mobile and security mutually exclusive?
  • The security risks involved in Health Information Exchanges
  • The importance of complying and conducting Privacy and Security Audits from the HHS Office for Civil Rights

 

Confirmed Lunch Keynote:

Kevin Charest, Chief Information Security Officer, U.S. Departement of Health and Human Services (confirmed)

 

Confirmed Opening Keynote:

Stuart McClure - Lead Author, Hacking Exposed, CEO, Cylance, Former Executive Director of Security Services for Kaiser Permanente, and former SVP of Global Threats and Research, McAfee  

        Confirmed Government Officials: 

  • Michael S. Weiner, Chief Medical Information Officer, Department of Defense/Department of Veterans Affairs Interagency Program Office=
  • David Holtzman, JD, CIPP/G, Senior Health IT and Privacy Specialist, Office for Civil Rights, U.S. Department and Health and Human Services
  • Brian Fitzgerald, Deputy Division Director, Division of Electrical and Software Engineering, Center for Devices & Radiological Health, FDA (confirmed)

      Confirmed Healthcare providers and executives:

  • James Routh, Chief Information Security Officer, Aetna
  • Gordon Snow, Chief, Protective Services, Cleveland Clinic (Former Assistant Director, Cyber Division, FBI)
  • Mansur Hasib, Former Chief Information Officer, Baltimore City Health Department (Author, Impact of Security Culture on Security Compliance in Healthcare in the United States of America)
  • Thomas K. Billington, CEO, Billington CyberSecurity
  • Deborah Kobza, Executive Director/CEO, NH-ISAC
  • Darren Lacey, Chief Information Security Officer, Johns Hopkins University and Johns Hopkins Medicine
  • Dr. Nathanael R. Paul, Professor, Florida State University; Research Scientist, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
  • Shawn Henry, President, CrowdStrike Services (Former Executive Assistant Director, Criminal, Cyber, Response, and Services Branch, FBI)
  • Robert Bigman, President, 2BSecure (Former Chief Information Security Officer, CIA)
  • Mike Ligas, Federal Director, Sprint
  • Stuart M. Gerson, Partner, Epstein Becker & Green
  • Steve Chabinsky, Chief Risk Officer and SVP Legal Affairs, CrowdStrike
  • Alaap B. Shah, Associate, Epstein Becker & Green
  • Valerie A. Bratton, Healthcare Technology Executive, NC Sprint
  • Adam Fuchs, CTO and Co-Founder, Sqrrl

Plus, you’ll have this unique opportunity to network with senior level healthcare executives and government officials.

Register Today! 

TO SPONSOR OR EXHIBIT:  Contact Thomas K. Billington at tkb@billingtoncybersecurity.com or at 1-877-811-5066.

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Agenda

7:00 am – 8:00 am
Registration, Continental Breakfast and Networking

8:00 am - 8:10 am
Introductory Remarks 

Thomas K. Billington, CEO, Billington CyberSecurity 

8:10 am - 8:50 am

Healthcare Cybersecurity:  Securing the Unsecurable 

Stuart McClure - Lead Author, Hacking Exposed, CEO, Cylance, Former Executive Director of Security Services for Kaiser Permanente, and former SVP of Global Threats and Research, McAfee 

In a world of minute-by-minute threats, the healthcare industry is being pulled into the 21st century very reluctantly.

Doctors are pushing IT/Operations to embrace technology long before the security for those systems is ready and mature. So what can we do to protect the very devices that help save lives? Additional security products may help but they are definitely NOT required to help protect healthcare. Many mitigating countermeasures exist to protect patients and their health today. And by employing some simple common sense, you can protect your systems today from future attack. You will also experience a demonstration of hacking into an insulin pump.

The Healthcare Cyber Threat Landscape

Moderator: Thomas K. Billington, CEO, Billington CyberSecurity 

Speakers: Shawn Henry, President, CrowdStrike Services (Former Executive Assistant Director, Criminal, Cyber, Response, and Services Branch, FBI) (confirmed)Robert Bigman, President, 2BSecure (Former Chief Information Security Officer, CIA) (confirmed)Gordon Snow, Chief, Protective Services, Cleveland Clinic (Former Assistant Director, Cyber Division, FBI) (confirmed)

Come hear this highly informative and insightful analysis on the state of Cybersecurity across the country, most especially the healthcare sector. Learn about current threats and trends in healthcare and gain an understanding of how threats to other industries can impact the health sector.

* Who are the bad actors and what are they after?

* Is nation-sponsored cyberspying really a threat to the healthcare sector?

* What can healthcare organizations learn about Cybersecurity from other sectors?

* How can healthcare organizations best share information with law enforcement? 

9:40 am - 10:00 am
Networking Break
 

10:00 - 10:45 am 

CISO Panel: A View from the Trenches 

Speakers: Darren Lacey, Chief Information Security Officer, Johns Hopkins University and Johns Hopkins Medicine (confirmed); Jason Taule, Chief Security and Privacy Officer, FEi Systems (confirmed)

Healthcare organizations are under siege and are successfully defending their organizations against assaults every day. Listen to industry leaders as they share their front line experiences and offer their perspective on how the industry needs to respond.

  • What are the greatest challenges to protecting / securing the infrastructure?
  • How do you engage the “C-Suite” in Cybersecurity?
  • How do you envision the partnership between government and industry as it pertains to information sharing? 

10:45 am – 11:30 am

Cyber Breach Compliance:  HIPAA, HITECH, and More 

Data is going digital, devices are going mobile, and technology is revolutionizing how care is delivered.  Simultaneously, cybersecurity attacks are becoming a more prevalent risk to the highly sensitive data flowing through the systems of healthcare organizations and their business associates.   These two trends are colliding to create unprecedented risk of patient data breach by malicious actors.  How can organizations protect patients and minimize liability in the context of breach? 
  • Ensure compliance with new HIPAA and HITECH rules by employing a risk management framework;
  • Implement robust risk-based security safeguards;
  • Provide effective and timely notification in the context of breach. 

Moderator: Alaap B. Shah, Associate, Epstein Becker & Green (confirmed)
Speaker: Stuart M.Gerson, Partner, Epstein Becker & Green (confirmed); David Holtzman, JD, CIPP/G, Senior Health IT and Privacy Specialist, Office for Civil Rights, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (confirmed)

11:30 am - 12:15 pm
 

Healthcare Cybersecurity:  From the CIO Suite
Speakers:  Michael S. Weiner, Chief Medical Information Officer, Department of Defense/Department of Veterans Affairs Interagency Program Office (confirmed)
 

Just as the importance of technology to an organization as evolved and transitioned from simply a support structure to an integral part of the business, and in many cases, the core of the business, the role of the CIO has also evolved. Today’s CIOs are driving business processes and change as never before. Hear how these CIOs are tackling the ever present challenge of doing more with less. 

  • How is IT transforming business processes in your organization and what do you see going forward?
  • As budgets become tighter, do you see IT being embraced to help deliver services at a lower cost with greater efficiency?

12:15 - 1:00 pm
Lunch
 

1:00 - 1:45 pm

Keynote: Cyber Threat Intelligence in Healthcare

Kevin Charest, Chief Information Security Officer, U.S. Departement of Health and Human Services (confirmed)

1:45 pm – 2:30 pm 

Medical Device Security: Product Tampering in the 21st Century

Speakers: Nate Paul, Professor, Florida State University and Former Research Scientist, Oak Ridge Laboratories (confirmed); Brian Fitzgerald, Deputy Division Director, Division of Electrical and Software Engineering, Center for Devices & Radiological Health, FDA (confirmed)
 

In the twentieth century, product tampering was defined by the Tylenol poisoning in the 1980’s. It was crime remains unsolved and killed seven people in Chicago. As unthinkable as that was at the time, product tampering in the 21st century could reek far more damage and loss of life. This panel will discuss how your dad’s pacemaker could be a target and what is being done to keep medical devices safe. 

  • What are the risks? Is this threat overblown?
  • Are companies stepping up to ensure device security and where does the responsibility for security rest? At the manufacturer, at the provider or with the individual?
  • What does the recent released FDA guidance (6.14.13) say and is there more forthcoming? 

2:30 pm – 3:00 pm
Networking Break and Dessert
 

3:00 pm – 3:45 pm
The Insider Threat Post Snowden:  Mitigating the Vulnerability Constant

Moderator: Steve Chabinsky, Chief Risk Officer and SVP Legal Affairs, CrowdStrike (confirmed)
Speakers: Dr. Mansur Hasib, Former CIO, Baltimore City Health Department (confirmed); Scott Montgomery, VP Public Sector, McAfee, Inc. (confirmed)

A chain is only as strong as its weakest link.  More often than not, it seems that the weakest link is the insider in an organization.  This panel will explore how to mitigate the threat from the insider, particularly in the wake of the unprecedented, intentional, and unlawful actions of Edward Snowden and Bradley Manning.  

The panel also will explore effective responses against the unintentional insider, exploring the lessons learned in 2008 when the Department of Defense discovered that its classified network had been compromised by employees unwittingly using infected thumb drives. 
 

  • In light of limited resources, should you be more concerned with the intentional or the unintentional insider? 
  • What best practices should companies adopt to minimize the risks from intentional and unintentional employee threats?  
  • How do you effectively incorporate Cybersecurity awareness into an employee’s routine?

3:45 pm – 4:30 pm

Big Data and Cloud Security in Healthcare

Speaker: James M. Routh, CISM, CSSLP, Chef Information Security Officer, Aetna (confirmed); Adam Fuchs, CTO and Co-Founder, Sqrrl (confirmed); Paul Connelly, CISO, VP, Information Privacy and Security, Hospital Corporation of America (confirmed)

Big Data and the Cloud open up significant opportunity for healthcare organizations and both come with a host of security and potential privacy challenges. Learn how companies view the opportunity and are guarding against the threat.

  • What is the opportunity for healthcare in terms of Big Data? Is it hype or is it real?
  • Is the Cloud secure? How do you evaluate a company’s security protocols and how do you trust what they say is what they do? 

4:30 pm – 5:15 pm
Mobile Medical Security: Mitigating Cyber Risk and Maintaining HIPAA Compliance
 

Speakers: Rick Dakin, CEO and Co-Founder, Coalfire (confirmed); Mike Ligas, Federal Director, Sprint (confirmed)Valerie A. Bratton, Healthcare Technology Executive, NC Sprint (confirmed); Cleve Adams, CEO, AirPatrol (confirmed)

The rapid adoption of mobile medical devices and access to Electronic Health records from smartphones and tablets has generated significant productivity for most covered entities. However, securing those devices while maintaining HIPAA compliance remain big issues. The high vulnerability of mobile devices is only compounded by the trend towards "bring your own device" (BYOD). From this session featuring world class experts, you will: 

  • Learn the key mobile vulnerabilities for healthcare organizations
  • Hear how the FDA and HHS Office of Civil Rights are addressing mobile device security
  • Learn key strategies being employed to mitigate the risk for mobile devices in a clinical setting while achieving HIPAA compliance
  • Discover how healthcare organizations are responding to the enormous challenges of BYOD
  • Hear how best to serve healthcare organizations as they continue their migration to mobile.

5:15-530
Concluding Remarks

VENUE:

Sprint Reston Headquarters is located at Sprint Headquarters, The Salons, 12524 Sunrise Valley Drive, Reston, VA. Click here for directions. You must bring your license.

CANCELLATION POLICY:

Requests for cancellations will be honored, less a $95 per person processing fee, if cancellation is received before Oct. 5, 2013.  No refunds will be given for no shows and no refunds will be given for cancellations after Oct. 5, 2013. All substitutions must be made in writing.  This event is non classified and on the record, unless stated otherwise.

DISCLAIMER:

Billington CyberSecurity has the right to refuse any registration at its own discretion.  No audio or video recording by a group, aside from the event organizer, is permitted.  Information on or made available through the Site and at the conference is not intended to and does not constitute retained professional (management consulting, accounting, legal) advice, recommendations, mediation or counseling under any circumstance. Attending this event and your use does not create a professional-client relationship and the views expressed by the speakers and moderators and the written materials do not necessarily reflect the views of Billington CyberSecurity or Cyber Education Institute LLC.

Produced by:

 

Co-Host:

 

HN-ISAC

 

Diamond Sponsors:


 

Sprint

 

 

Jones NCTI


TO SPONSOR OR EXHIBIT:

Contact:  Thomas K. Billington at 1-877-811-5066, tkb@billingtoncybersecurity.com


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Sprint Reston Headquarters
12524 Sunrise Valley Dr
Reston, VA 20191

Thursday, October 17, 2013 from 7:00 AM to 6:30 PM (EDT)


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