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Distributed Threat & Vulnerability Management with Sirius and Tanium

August 26, 2021

Distributed Threat & Vulnerability Management with Sirius and Tanium

August 26, 2021: Technology enablement for healthcare providers has not changed overnight. We continue to innovate and enable in a positive manner however as systems are maintained, there is always a potential for risk.  Managing risk is a crucial element of the information security lifecycle management.  Through the routine use of existing control-planes for security technology, areas of improvement should be desired to promote an “always-on” threat detection and remediation model. Is there ever going to be a ‘Fort Knox’ of healthcare information? What is the next disruption that will change the perspective of patient care and protection?

Join our webinar “Coming Through a Ransomware Event – Best Practices and Lessons Learned” on Thursday, October 7th at 11:00 AM eastern time. We are going to take a unique look at the Sky Lakes Medical Center ransomware event with guests:

  • John Gaede, Director of Information Services at Sky Lakes Medical Center
  • Lee Milligan, Vice President of Medical Informatics at Asante
  • Matt Sickles, Solutions Architect at Sirius Computer Solutions

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