HOSTED BY MIKE MURRAY
In Scope is the healthcare cybersecurity podcast that tackles the critical security issues facing hospitals, clinics and other healthcare delivery systems in candid conversations with healthcare security leaders and host Mike Murray.
In this episode, Mike welcomes Mifan Careem, Vice President – Solutions Architecture at WSO2. Join us as they discuss consent management, the process of involving patients and users in deciding which pieces of data can be shared or exposed between applications and for what duration. Mifan sees consent management as playing a big role in the future of healthcare security.
Mike welcomes Indiana University Health CISO, Mitch Parker. Join us as they discuss the importance of getting businesses to talk and think about cybersecurity not as an afterthought, but as a part of the business that is not overly complicated and draconian. How can the security team and business leaders work together to ensure best practices and to avoid costly breaches?
Mike talks to the authors of the book, Practical IoT Hacking, Fotios Chantzis and Beau Woods. Woods and Chantzis share their thoughts behind creating a safe and lawful guide to the ins and outs of hacking medical IoT devices, covering everything from the software layer to the hardware layer and everything in between.
Recovering hacker extraordinaire and content creator Alissa Knight is a disruptor. Her videos and white papers from the perspective of an adversary exist to assist companies in determining the efficacy of their products. Join us as she talks about mobile app security, FHIR, and what it means to be a hacker.
Healthcare security veteran Bill Pelletier has seen the industry from all sides. In this episode he shares his thoughts on what 2021 may look like for security vendors and CISOs alike. Bill expounds upon his prediction that it will be regarded as ‘the great supply chain chase’. There is no broad solution for everything, so the singular events and specific purposes various products serve are proven to be battles in the supply chains.
Dig into the trends, topics, and top risks facing the healthcare security sector with the Scope Security team. Find out more about the phishing campaign of those involved in the distribution of the COVID vaccine and how supply chain hacks are on the rise. Learn also about the FireEye hack and how they released detection signatures for their very own tools so quickly after finding that they were compromised.
The Scope team reviews the year in healthcare security. And it was a doozy. While there was reason to expect focus on the transition from traditional to cloud-based EMRs, the COVID-19 pandemic has forced cyberattacks and ransomware to the fore as principal concerns. Moreover, the pandemic has produced great strides in digital transformation and a new urgency and fountain of activity with regard to phishing; intellectual property theft, especially, has been a heightened threat.