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Cyber Security: Seven questions Every Executive Needs to Ask

2/26/2019

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Cyber Security: Seven questions Every Executive Needs to Ask

February 26, 2019
2:00 - 3:30 pm EST
1 CE for NHA, Nurses, CPA, CEAL, CEHCH

Senior care providers and aging services organizations are among the most frequently pursued targets for cyberattacks. Long-term, post-acute care, and senior care providers are at greater risk than other health care providers because their information security program is often less mature. Even if HIPAA does not apply to your organization, you must still protect sensitive personal resident information and meet state regulations. This webinar is designed to help executives develop a better understanding of cybersecurity and how to evaluate your compliance posture and cybersecurity program. This informative executive webinar will focus on seven questions that you should ask to help you identify where your organization may be at risk, understand cybersecurity threats and how they can impact your organization, identify vulnerabilities and how to mitigate them, learn management techniques to strengthen your compliance program, and build a strong, risk-focused cybersecurity culture within your organization.

Presented by:

Phillip Long CRISC, CISA, CCSFP, CISM, CRMA, CIA, HITRUST CCSFP | Principal

Phillip has more than 30 years of information systems security and information technology audit experience in healthcare, software technology, manufacturing and distribution, and financial institutions. Phillip?s experience includes: IT strategic planning, enterprise risk assessments, risk analysis, third party vendor due diligence and assessment, IT auditing, HIPAA/HITECH security, HITRUST assessment and certification, CMS Meaningful Use, regulatory compliance, OCR audit preparation, SOC reviews, business continuity and operational resiliency. As a HIPAA/HITECH Security & Privacy Subject Matter Expert and as a HITRUST Certified Assessor (CCSFP), by leveraging his IT expertise in process and systems methodology, Phillip enables healthcare organizations in enhancing their cybersecurity maturity through the adoption and implementation of cybersecurity capability maturity models and control frameworks such as COBIT, HITRUST and NIST.

As the Healthcare Cybersecurity Practice Leader, Phillip delivers results-oriented healthcare consulting and advisory support services through exemplary client relationship management and outstanding client service delivery. He provides deep healthcare IT and technical information security expertise, governance risk and control subject matter expertise, and strong engagement leadership and oversight.

Scott M. Petree CPA, CISA, CISSP, QSA, CFE | Principal

Scott has over 17 years of information technology consulting services including information systems audit, forensic technology, and enterprise risk mitigation for financial institutions, heath care, automotive, manufacturing and government industries. Scott is a leader in Cybersecurity assisting companies in various assessment of security controls including data privacy, PCI compliance, and IT infrastructure. Scott's experience includes: Cybersecurity assessments, network security assessments, PCI scoping, readiness, and assessment, IT risk assessments, IT audits, and SOX 404 IT controls documentation and testing, computer forensics, FCPA compliance, and enterprise risk management. Scott is a member of the AICPA, MICPA, ISACA-Detroit chapter, and ACFE. Scott has presented on security related topics for webinars and conferences and published articles in newsletters.

Scott is a leader in Cybersecurity, assisting companies with various assessment for security controls including data privacy and IT infrastructure. Scott will be the primary project and relationship manager for client engagements. These duties include project scope; project planning; ensuring project execution meets expectations; as well as providing updates for stakeholders throughout the engagement. As relationship manager, Scott discusses opportunities identified with stakeholders to increase the organization?s awareness and posture around Cybersecurity threats.
Cyber Security: Seven questions Every Executive Needs to Ask

February 26, 2019
2:00 - 3:30 pm EST
1 CE for NHA, Nurses, CPA, CEAL, CEHCH
Phillip Long CRISC, CISA, CCSFP, CISM, CRMA, CIA, HITRUST CCSFP | Principal

Phillip has more than 30 years of information systems security and information technology audit experience in healthcare, software technology, manufacturing and distribution, and financial institutions. Phillip?s experience includes: IT strategic planning, enterprise risk assessments, risk analysis, third party vendor due diligence and assessment, IT auditing, HIPAA/HITECH security, HITRUST assessment and certification, CMS Meaningful Use, regulatory compliance, OCR audit preparation, SOC reviews, business continuity and operational resiliency. As a HIPAA/HITECH Security & Privacy Subject Matter Expert and as a HITRUST Certified Assessor (CCSFP), by leveraging his IT expertise in process and systems methodology, Phillip enables healthcare organizations in enhancing their cybersecurity maturity through the adoption and implementation of cybersecurity capability maturity models and control frameworks such as COBIT, HITRUST and NIST.

As the Healthcare Cybersecurity Practice Leader, Phillip delivers results-oriented healthcare consulting and advisory support services through exemplary client relationship management and outstanding client service delivery. He provides deep healthcare IT and technical information security expertise, governance risk and control subject matter expertise, and strong engagement leadership and oversight.

Scott M. Petree CPA, CISA, CISSP, QSA, CFE | Principal

Scott has over 17 years of information technology consulting services including information systems audit, forensic technology, and enterprise risk mitigation for financial institutions, heath care, automotive, manufacturing and government industries. Scott is a leader in Cybersecurity assisting companies in various assessment of security controls including data privacy, PCI compliance, and IT infrastructure. Scott's experience includes: Cybersecurity assessments, network security assessments, PCI scoping, readiness, and assessment, IT risk assessments, IT audits, and SOX 404 IT controls documentation and testing, computer forensics, FCPA compliance, and enterprise risk management. Scott is a member of the AICPA, MICPA, ISACA-Detroit chapter, and ACFE. Scott has presented on security related topics for webinars and conferences and published articles in newsletters.

Scott is a leader in Cybersecurity, assisting companies with various assessment for security controls including data privacy and IT infrastructure. Scott will be the primary project and relationship manager for client engagements. These duties include project scope; project planning; ensuring project execution meets expectations; as well as providing updates for stakeholders throughout the engagement. As relationship manager, Scott discusses opportunities identified with stakeholders to increase the organization?s awareness and posture around Cybersecurity threats.
Each program is approved for one (1.0) hour of credit for Nurses, NHA, CPA, Certified Executives for Assisted Living (CEAL), and Certified Executives for Home Care & Hospice (CEHCH). Individual attendance will be monitored throughout the call. Only those attending the entire call will be awarded continuing education credit. All participants regardless of need for CEUs, will receive a certificate of attendance. This course is considered a self-study course by Ohio BELTSS. Administrators are reminded that BELTSS limits webinars (home/self-study) credits to a total of ten (10.0) per renewal period.


How much does it cost?

Facilities will pay one low fee for an unlimited number of participants. However, the number and access code is valid only for one phone line/computer at the location registered with the Association. Any additional phone connections calling in will be billed the individual session registration fee.

Individual Webinar Registration Fee:

Members, prior to February 12, $55 per location
Non Members, prior to February 12, $130

Members, February 12 and after, $75
Non Members, February 12 and after, $175







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