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Focus on Cybersecurity 
This month, HIMSS Media is focusing on cybersecurity in healthcare across the board by spotlighting those that are building resilient frameworks against oncoming security threats. So, we here at HIMSS TV are giving you the keys to staying informed and adapting your framework with key presentations from our Healthcare Security Forum that took place this past June.

Explore the Cybersecurity Channel at HIMSS TV to find out how others are adapting to data security threats and how you can too! And get more from HIMSS and subscribe to HIMSS TV! Featuring programming from major HIMSS events and industry thought leaders it’s the perfect opportunity for you to get caught up on the hottest topics in healthcare.
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'Trust but verify' must be your guiding principle
Jane Harper, director of privacy and security risk management at Henry Ford Health System, discusses why this mantra is essential in security risk management, especially when dealing with 3rd-party tools.
Building an enterprise approach to mitigating risk
Allyson Vicars, associate director of health IT research at the Advisory Board, give a deep overview of how healthcare providers can bake security sensibilities into every operation.
[Sponsored Presentation] You don't have to choose between security and innovation
Chris Bowen, chief privacy and security officer at ClearData, and Rohit Talreja, health data governance project manager at Google Cloud, explain why data security and innovation aren't mutually exclusive.
Agile security for the modern healthcare organization
Anahi Santiago, CISO and Christiana Care Health System, discusses strategies healthcare companies can use to stay ahead of the evolving threat landscape.
Managing today's healthcare information explosion
Michael Archuleta, CIO and HIPAA and information security officer at Mt. San Rafael Hospital, takes a look at the security vulnerabilities that are putting sensitive data at risk.

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