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Essential Cybersecurity Strategies for Health Center Leaders
October 25 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pmFree
Join us for an executive-level training tailored for PHC leaders to learn about the threats, trends, and regulations affecting the cybersecurity and risk posture of your organization. Empower your leaders to have a better understanding of their role in relation to cybersecurity and equip them with the right level of information to inform strategic decisions and investments that will maximize value and protections for your organization.
By the end of the session, attendees will be able to:
- Understand threats to the cybersecurity and risk posture of your organization.
- Outline the role of leadership as it relates to cybersecurity.
- Know how to make strategic decisions related to cybersecurity and compliance for your organization.
Presented by Adam Kehler, CISSP, Director of Heath Cybersecurity Services, Online Business Systems. Opening Remarks by Ron Manuel Supervisory Special Agent of FBI Los Angeles Cyber Task Force.
Complimentary Training for HCCN Program Participants.
Adam Kehler, CISSP, Director of Heath Cybersecurity Services, Online Business Systems
As Director of Risk, Security, and Privacy Healthcare Service, Adam is engaged in the oversight and delivery of projects related to HIPAA, Security Risk Assessment, virtual CISO, and any other service that requires unique and specific knowledge of the healthcare landscape, threats, and compliance requirements.
Ron Manuel ,Supervisory Special Agent of FBI Los Angeles, Cyber Task Force
Supervisory Special Agent (SSA) Ron Manuel leads the FBI Los Angeles Cyber Task Force which is comprised of Special Agents, State and Local Task Force Officers, Intelligence Analysts, Computer Scientists, and other support staff at FBI Los Angeles. The Task Force is responsible for investigating criminal cyber activity impacting the greater Los Angeles area. SSA Manuel has also led international terrorism investigations and previously ran FBI LA’s training program for new special agents. Prior to his employment with the FBI, he was a supply chain planner for Motorola, Inc and a U.S. Army Officer with multiple deployments. SSA Manuel received a Bachelor of Science in Computer Engineering from Drexel University.