Cyberattacks, cloud-based storage & more: 4 hospital CISOs share insights

Four hospital and health system chief information security officers discuss the latest cybersecurity threats and health IT trends.

1. Vikrant Arora, CISO at Hospital for Special Surgery in New York City, discusses blockchain and quantum computing as well as other IT trends he's interested in learning more about. 

2. Chris Joerg, CISO at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles, shares advice on cybersecurity incident response plans and what hospitals can do to try to prevent email phishing attempts targeted at employees.

3. Dan Costantino, CISO at Penn Medicine-University of Pennsylvania Health System, explains his thoughts on cloud-based storage systems and the threats and benefits the technology poses to health systems.

4. Sheryl Rose, CISO and senior vice president at Catholic Health Initiatives in Englewood, Colo., discusses how she trains clinicians and front-line staff to avoid cyberattacks.

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