Online Registration is closed, but you can still register at the door for the NC HIMSS Cybersecurity Forum and Winter Dinner on January 28, 2016. Interactive Workshop begins at 3:00 pm and Networking Reception runs from 5:00 pm – 6:00 pm, followed by dinner and keynote presentation.
Location: Winston-Salem Marriott
425 North Cherry Street
Winston-Salem, North Carolina 27101
Date: January 28, 2016
• Healthcare Providers (works in a facility that provides direct patient care) & Students – $30.00
• Vendors / Consultants/Non-Providers – $85.00
• Qualified Sponsor – Included in Sponsorship
Please join the North Carolina HIMSS Chapter in a thought-leadership discussion during our annual Winter Dinner. This year we are hosting industry experts who will discuss elements of Information Privacy and Security.
Keynote Presentation: The Future of Health Information Security – 5 Things to be Focused on Going Forward, based upon the soon to be released book, “The Journey Never Ends: Technology\’s Role in Helping Perfect Health Care Outcomes” David Finn, CISA, CISM, CRISC, is the Health Information Technology Officer for Symantec. Prior to that he was the Chief Information Officer and Vice President of Information Services for Texas Children’s Hospital, one of the largest pediatric integrated delivery systems in the United States, where he also served as the Privacy and Security Officer.
With more than 30 years’ experience in the planning, management and control of information technology and business processes, he is focused on creating and maintaining trust in and value from information and information systems. David has presented nationally and internationally on these topics and has contributed to or written articles on IT Management, Disaster Recovery and Security for such journals as CIO Digest and Baseline.
He holds a BA degree from the University of North Dakota and an MA from Angelo State University. He has served on numerous boards, including the national Board of HIMSS, the Information Systems Audit and Control Association’s (ISACA’s) Professional Influence and Advocacy Committee (PIAC), and Healthcare for the Homeless – – Houston (2 FQHCs). David currently serves on the CHIME Board of Trustees and is Vice President of the Primary Care Innovation Center in Houston.
3:00 pm – 5:00 pm: Information Privacy and Security Interactive Workshop
NCHIMSS is also thrilled to welcome these Cybersecurity expert panelists. Topics for discussion include the necessity of the CISO role, Bio-Medical Remediation, BYOD policies, Security Log Management and Data Loss Prevention.
Cathie Brown, Principal Consultant and Practice Lead of the Governance, Risk, and Compliance practice, Impact Makers, Inc.
Joe Nartowicz, Vice President / Chief Information Security Officer, Bon Secours Health System, Inc.
Jim Kelly, Information Security Officer, Mission Health Systems, Inc.
North Carolina providers, along with the rest of the healthcare industry, face ongoing challenges to securely manage ever-increasing patient information. There are many approaches to provide a secure infrastructure, and this discussion will explore a number of facets to transformation in the security realm, including:
• Current State and Practices
• Engaging the C-Suite
• Organizational Change Management
• Security Frameworks and Maturity Models
• Future State of IS.
We welcome and encourage members and aligned professionals to participate in this informative and educational discussion.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]