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What do Human Virus’s and Computer Virus’s Have in Common? with Christian Dameff and Jeff Tully, Cybersecurity Researchers, Physicians, and Co-Founders of the CyberMed Summit

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What do Human Virus’s and Computer Virus’s Have in Common? with Christian Dameff and Jeff Tully, Cybersecurity Researchers, Physicians, and Co-Founders of the CyberMed Summit

The Doctor’s View of Cyber Threats in Healthcare
November 11, 2022

What do Human Virus’s and Computer Virus’s Have in Common? with Christian Dameff and Jeff Tully, Cybersecurity Researchers, Physicians, and Co-Founders of the CyberMed Summit

In recognition of the 19 annual National Cyber Security Awareness Month, The Outcomes Rocket Network has launched a 10-part podcast series to elevate Cyber Security Awareness in Healthcare on our main channel, the Outcomes Rocket Podcast. Partnering with leaders in healthcare cybersecurity in their capacity as members of the Health Sector Coordinating Council, the podcast aims to illuminate advances made in protecting critical healthcare infrastructure and patient safety, and areas that need further focus to put a stop to Cyber Crime.

An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.

 In this episode, Christian Dameff and Jeff Tully, cybersecurity researchers, physicians, and co-founders of the CyberMed Summit, talk about subjects to consider in terms of cybersecurity in healthcare preparedness and safety. One could draw an analogy between our immune system and how the healthcare cyber system should behave, and that’s exactly what doctors Dameff and Tully do to illustrate the actions the healthcare industry should be taking. They talk about the CyberMed Summit and how they’ve created a dynamic space to share information about what to look out for and be up to date to prevent cyber attacks. Cybersecurity is a patient safety issue, and therefore, they discuss why doctors and many other healthcare stakeholders should chime into this topic and how they are working to overcome the challenges that may come up on the road.

Tune in to this episode to learn more about cybersecurity in healthcare and how to be more active in protecting it!

Click this link to the show notes, transcript, and resources: outcomesrocket.health

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