With an increase in cyber attacks across industries, and in particular healthcare with medical-related identity theft accounting for 43 percent of all identity thefts reported in the United States last year according to the Identity Theft Resource Center, managing risk has never been more pressing for organizations.
With risk growing daily and the consequences — both in terms of data loss, patient and employee confidence and potential fines — looming large, one healthcare organization that takes cyber security seriously is Yale New Haven Health System.
Steve Bartolotta, who heads the health system’s information security and risk management program talks about the challenges facing organizations today across verticals and what measures he recommends taking.
In this podcast with securitycurrent’s Vic Wheatman, Bartolotta talks about the actual tools he uses to support Yale New Haven’s risk management system and what he has gained. Or you can read about it too by clicking here.Details