Health Information Executive’s Guide to Cybersecurity
A CHIME LEAD Forum event in collaboration with Healthcare Informatics
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  • Health Information Executive’s Guide to Cybersecurity

    A top priority for every CIO today is protecting their organization from cybersecurity threats and breaches. Attend this day long Forum to learn about the key components of an effective cybersecurity strategy and approaches any organization can take to gain employee-support and engagement. Cybersecurity begins with awareness which can be the first step in prevention of attacks. Learn approaches to incorporate awareness into a winning organizational cybersecurity and risk management plan. Identify key components of an effective plan that includes prevention, response and recovery. Explore the compliance and legal requirements that can facilitate your organization’s cybersecurity activities as well as learn about approaches in dealing with compliance issues. Gain insights from industry experts on developing, implementing and using cybersecurity plans in time of breaches as well as tips on engaging the organization so cybersecurity becomes a part of everyone’s job. Learn ways to shift your organization into a cybersecurity learning organization in order to protect the valuable data and physical assets.

    Learning Objectives:

          • – Identify key steps in preparing an organization against cybersecurity threats and breaches including
            security frameworks and control measures
          • – Define key components of an effective cybersecurity plan including prevention, response and
            recovery approaches for successful implementation and staff adoption
          • – Examine the latest compliance and legal requirements around cybersecurity and ways they can be
            leveraged by organizations with an effective ongoing risk management program
          • – Discuss opportunities to incorporate cybersecurity awareness and risk management into the
            fabric of an organization and the employee mindset

  • About

    The Health Information Executive’s Guide to Cybersecurity features industry luminaries who are ready to share their knowledge and answer your questions through a series of plenary general sessions, case studies, and small group breakout discussions. For one full day, executives interact with a national audience of peers, national leaders and solution providers featuring the latest solutions and best practices around cybersecurity. Join your colleagues for a program featuring insightful education, practical case studies from the field and networking opportunities with peers and industry experts.

    The 2016 Health Information Executive’s Guide to Cybersecurity will benefit you by:

              • – Meet valuable new contacts from all over the country in a convivial and
                professional atmosphere
              • – Build new relationships and reinforce existing ties with the healthcare industry
              • – A conference curriculum that offers deep insight for information security professionals
              • – Hearing from inspirational panelists and keynote speakers from the healthcare sector
              • – Share ideas, aspirations, problems and solutions with peers and colleagues
              • – Develop a more intimate understanding about the industry and compare your situation
                with others
              • – Learn about current trends and innovative ideas around cybersecurity
              • – Understand best practices and applications through case study presentations
              • – Solve and debate issues while consulting with industry experts

    About CHIME

    The College of Healthcare Information Management Executives (CHIME) is an executive organization dedicated to serving chief information officers and other senior healthcare IT leaders. CHIME provides a highly interactive, trusted environment enabling senior professional and industry leaders to collaborate; exchange best practices; address professional development needs; and advocate the effective use of information management to improve the health and healthcare in the communities they serve. For more information, please visit

    About Healthcare Informatics

    Healthcare Informatics serves as the leading source of information for forward-thinking professionals involved in the planning, development, and implementation of important technological trends that define tomorrow’s healthcare.

    Pioneering concepts are presented and exchanged as important strategic and information technology issues facing organizations such as hospitals, medical groups, and integrated health systems are addressed. Members of the Healthcare Informatics community share a focus on healthcare IT leadership, vision, and strategy—driving change forward by shaping innovations that point the way to the future of healthcare.

  • CHCIO_logoContinuing Education Units – This program qualifies for Continuing Education Units (CEUs) towards the CHIME Certified Healthcare CIO (CHCIO) Program. CHIME members and Affiliates may claim CEUs for the LEAD Forum by entering them into the CHIME Continuing Education Credits form here.

Special thanks to the sponsors of the 2016 LEAD Forums:

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