The cyberattacks against healthcare provider organizations just keep coming and coming. Bad actors are after that juicy patient data, which is worth much more than just a simple credit card number.
This is why healthcare CIOs, CISOs and other security leaders have to educate their organizations’ employees on the best way to counteract cyberattacks. But this kind of education really needs to get through and sink in to be effective.
On this podcast, the guest is Tyler Cohen Wood. Tyler is co-founder of Dark Cryptonite, a networking and cybersecurity technology vendor that offers what it calls the Alternet, an Internet alternative that aims to give organizations the privacy they need and is designed to eliminate the threat of ransomware, phishing and malware.
Tyler also was deputy division chief and senior intelligence officer for the U.S. Defense Intelligence Agency, where she helped the White House and DoD thwart many threats to U.S. cybersecurity. She developed and taught cybersecurity awareness training to federal law enforcement, U.S. Special Forces, and other 3-letter agency case officers.
She also served at Inspired eLearning, where she was their subject matter expert and helped develop all of their cybersecurity awareness training. She won awards for two of the courses she created.
- Where healthcare CISOs, CIOs or other security leaders start the process of putting together a high-quality cybersecurity education program
- Best practices for building a cybersecurity education program
- Tools that can help CISOs, CIOs and other security leaders
- Things that CISOs, CIOs and other security leaders should avoid while putting together education programs
- Components of a cybersecurity education program that really get through to people and sink in
- How security leaders should keep a cybersecurity education program going on an ongoing basis
- When should they freshen things up?
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