HISA webinar: You have been breached by a cyber-attack...
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Health services are very familiar with the management of internal emergency situations (code yellow) in a health setting, however it important to have all components of a cyber-incident response plan in place when a cyber-attack hits your organisation, including the compromise of medical devices.

23/05/2019
When: Thursday 23 May (AEST)
12:00 pm to 1:00 pm
Where: Online via GoToWebinar
Sydney/Melbourne Time
Australia
Contact: Belinda Yasar
03 9326 3311


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You have been breached by a cyber-attack. The next moments will test you in every possible level…

Health services are very familiar with the management of internal emergency situations (code yellow) in a health setting, however it important to have all components of a cyber-incident response plan in place when a cyber-attack hits your organisation, including the compromise of medical devices. In this webinar you will be able to navigate through the code-yellow process for addressing major cybersecurity incidents, including key elements such as preparation, detection and analysis, containment, recovery and post incident review.  

Presented by Jorge Silveira 

Jorge Silveira is the Director of Information Management and CIO for Northeast Health Wangaratta (NHW), a comprehensive specialist referral public health service in regional Victoria. He is the chair of the Hume Cybersecurity Working Group and an active member of the VHCIO Cybersecurity Working Group with the Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS). He has developed a number of cybersecurity resources used across the health sector in Victoria, including the creation of the code yellow cybersecurity major incident response flow chart. As a qualified auditor, he has conducted a number of ICT governance, operations and security reviews for various health services.

Jorge has also introduced the first Secure Erase media sanitisation device in Australia that was able to apply logical techniques that render data recovery infeasible even when using state of the art laboratory data recovery forensic techniques. This led to the update of the Australian Federal Government Information Security Manual (ISM), which incorporated this method into the list of controls for media sanitisation and to receive a CeBIT Emerging Technology Innovation Award.

 
CPD Points

 

This webinar has been approved for up to 1 contact hour of continuing education credit toward renewal of the CHIA credential. Click here for more information on becoming a certified health informatics professional.

 

 

 

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