Avoiding a Sophisticated, Targeted Breach: Critical Guidance for Healthcare Organizations
February 21, 2017 — 02:30PM EST - 03:30PM EST
Orange County Convention Center
Continuing Education Credits:
Advanced Persistent Threats (APTs) are no longer reserved for highly visible corporate entities. Any organization, regardless of size, can be targeted by a sophisticated and organized attack. Today, “victims” are being chosen and the targets are patient data, research data, hospital infrastructure and more. So, how are these organizational targets being identified? This session will review in detail the components of a complex hacking operation, from network infiltration to a complete takeover of a large medical center by the hackers. See the attacker’s unique methodologies and learn novel approaches for real-time detection and remediation of such attacks.
Identify both common and uncommon attack methodologies used by hackers that target healthcare organizations
Review a real case scenario of a medical center hacking and how it unfolds
Discuss an effective approach for detecting and stopping such attacks