Protecting Large-Scale Network Infrastructure with Complex User Groups
Date & Time
Friday, November 10, 2017, 8:05 AM - 8:45 AM
Cris Ewell
Healthcare networks among large-scale complex user groups can make monitoring and mitigating abnormal activity a monumental challenge for security teams.  Networks are increasingly multifaceted and often do not have the same controls on every point of entry or egress in research and academic medical centers which increases the risk of unauthorized access, use, or disclosure of healthcare data. The business case and demand for access has never been greater as well as the requirement to support and connect multiple clinical and patient care devices, yet the need for implementing controls on the network and effective monitoring is critical and often difficult to complete-- a CISO's continuous paradox.
In this session, join top educator and Chief Information Security Officer, Cris V. Ewell, as he shares the top challenges that keep him up at night amidst a massive and ever-increasing amount of attacks on network devices and users.  Explore the critical principles to safeguarding large-scale networks and the processes that have prevented potential intrusions--ensuring patient data is safeguarded.
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