Many healthcare organizations make assumptions about their IT security capabilities without ever testing whether these assumptions are valid. Hackers and cyber criminals take advantage of vulnerabilities to gain unauthorized access to systems containing patient data. Penetration testing, also sometimes referred to as “ethical hacking”, safely exposes any weaknesses and allows the organization to remediate control gaps before hackers take advantage of existing vulnerabilities.
- Learn how to identify the top 10 areas most vulnerable to a breach in healthcare organizations
- Learn how to protect your organization through penetration testing to determine whether your organization’s security program is working as designed
- Learn how to communicate possible breach scenarios to senior leadership
Join Brian Selfridge, CISSP, a Partner from Meditology Services in this informative session to learn about Meditology's hacking results across healthcare organizations and how penetration testing can identify weaknesses in the network, servers, and applications.