Sara Hall has spent her career in the Cybersecurity field and is now the Chief Operating Officer for the Health-ISAC (H-ISAC), a non-profit working for the cyber protection of healthcare as part of the Nation’s critical infrastructure. In this role, she drives operations and cybersecurity solutions that improve security for the healthcare sector. Sara also serves on the Strategic Advisory Board of the International Consortium of Minority Cybersecurity Professionals (ICMCP), a non-profit working to bring more minorities and women into the field of cybersecurity.
Prior to her current role, Sara served as the Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) for health intelligence biotech company, Human Longevity, Inc., and before that as CISO for the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS). Prior to coming on as the COO of the NH-ISAC, Sara served on the Board of Directors of the NH-ISAC.
In all of her roles, the ability to communicate the importance of cybersecurity in business terms has been a common refrain. As technology evolves, it’s just as important to evolve thinking on cybersecurity as it is to evolve technology features and functions.