Practical Ways to Improve Cybersecurity at Your Practice

October 25, 2018 | 12 pm - 1 pm

Lunch & Learn Webinar

Cost: FREE

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Small to medium-sized practices are not invisible to hackers or immune from costly cyber-attacks and a data breach. Join us to learn about cost-effective, practical steps you can take to reduce your risk of a cyber-attack from evolving threats like ransomware that make electronic systems more vulnerable to an attack. Attending this webinar will help you identify things you can implement right away that can help better protect your practice and patients. Also learn about a free self-assessment tool and a new Maryland cybersecurity tax credit. The Maryland Health Care Commission invites you to attend this virtual learning session on Thursday, October 25, 2018 from 12:00pm – 1:00pm EDT.


LEARNING OBJECTIVES

  • Understand how your practice can qualify for the Buy Maryland Cybersecurity (BMC) Tax Credit
  • Learn about current trends and common cybersecurity weaknesses resulting in data breaches
  • Identify the basics of cybersecurity to reduce risk and make your practice more secure
  • Understand the human element of cybersecurity: employees are your first line of defense

WHO SHOULD ATTEND?

Small to medium-sized health care practices


PRESENTERS

Anene Onyeabo, MPH, Program Manager, Maryland Health Care Commission

Lauren Satyshur, Health IT Program Manager, Office of Cybersecurity & Aerospace, Maryland Department of Commerce

Krish Bhatnagar, CISSP, PMP, Head, Security Services, Mokxa Technologies


QUESTIONS?

For questions, contact Anene Onyeabo at anene.onyeabo@maryland.gov or by phone at 410-764-3285.


Brought to you by:

The Maryland Health Care Commission
In collaboration with the Maryland Department of Commerce and Mokxa Technologies

The MHCC is dedicated to advancing health information technology statewide through planning for health system needs including cybersecurity education and support. More information is available at: mhcc.maryland.gov/mhcc/pages/hit/hit_cybersecurity/hit_cybersecurity.aspx

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