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.
Government security industry veteran Dean Smith talks with Mike Murray about securing EHRs and the challenges of interoperability across health systems. What is medical informatics? Learn about this advanced application of technology to medicine and medical care. Dean gets into the electronic health records, patient portals, tele-medicine, and remote patient monitoring that merges the medical field with technology.
Mike talks with Cisco cybersecurity specialist (and avid gamer) Carolina Terrazas about how she helps CISOs prioritize their security spend using game theory. Lina wanted her customers to go into “triage mode,” focusing on security issues in order or importance. So, she applied game theory to help them think about their portfolios and assets, thus helping them pinpoint their priorities and necessary security tools.
A Conversation with DigiCert’s Mike Nelson: The Evolution of Medical Device Security (There’s No Easy Button)
The complexities of medical device security will only get more so, with the evolution of at-home healthcare, telemedicine and device IoT. In this episode, Mike Murray talks to Mike Nelson, VP of IoT Security at DigiCert about how security vendors and HDOs can rise to the challenge together.
In the wake of a number of devastating ransomware attacks against hospitals, our experienced threat hunters discuss why ransomware is on the rise, and how health systems can protect themselves.
The former CISO of CarePoint Health and industry veteran Frank Attilio shares a few tales from the trenches and his thoughts on ‘getting back to the basics’ of healthcare security. There is a big concern in health care that there isn’t money for cybersecurity. Frank says you have to be creative and innovate new low cost solutions to security problems. When you have no budget, good relationships can get you a long way.
Security researcher, lecturer and threat hunter Kai Bernandini shares his take on the state of ransomware in healthcare and where it’s headed, and geeks out with Mike on cryptography. PLUS: Our perspective on stopping a ransomware attack long before it can start.