The Cyber Health Summit (Miami Beach, FL, United States - September 12-13, 2018)

  • ID: 4462028
  • Conference
  • Location: Miami Beach, FL, United States
  • 2 Days
  • Curtis & Coulter
  • Conference Dates: September 12-13, 2018
until Jul 31st 2018
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Industry’s Event to Help Protect Against, Mitigate, and Respond to Data Breaches, Advanced Persistent Threats, and Cyber Attacks

There is an unprecedented vulnerability with the intersection of the cyber network and the clinical setting. Health technology companies are creating woven threads underneath the healthcare umbrella that improve patient care and provider efficiency, but it also creates a breach space with truly no benchmark. This network is expanding at an exponential rate and breach goes beyond loss of revenue, clients, production and has an automatic serious nature. It effects human lives. We must look at how pharmaceutical, technology and clinical innovation, designed with little to no cybersecurity in mind, fits into the larger healthcare spectrum.

One of the primary challenges that the industry faces, is the inherent secrecy. We strive to innovate and shake industry issues to their core. Rather than fearing the future, and running corporations with outdated risk, we must shift the industry away from secrecy, toward collaboration and create a culture that values it. Empowering corporate structures to leverage insights will create a platform for attendees and speakers alike, to develop effective and proactive take home strategies.

The CyberHealth Summit is the ONLY ‘TED-Style’ cyber security summit and will take place in March 2018, on Miami’s beachfront. Armed with the sun and sand, we will gather industry leaders to speak, collaborate, teach, lead workshops, roundtables, panels, breakout and interactive sessions. Through this two-day summit, based in collaborative conversation and content, we will create synergistic solutions with endpoint production. We will leave inspired and empowered, armed with a new family to fight the cyberbattlefront.

Why You Should Attend?

  • 20+ leading industry speakers discussing the latest cyber security health trends, bringing community, content and experience together
  • 2 Days of Interactive & Engaging Content to Share with Your Team
  • 10+ hours of networking sessions and breaks over two full days to learn from network
  • To Hear Multiple Innovative & Inventive Cyber-Defense and Response Strategies
  • Participate in Dialogue-Driven Sessions, Case Studies, Workshops, Roundtables, Ted-Style Presentations
  • 140+ senior participants spanning over the entire healthcare and cybersecurity ecosystem
  • Special focus on catalyzing creative solutions and rapid innovation through collaboration

This event is specifically targeted for multiple-sized cross-industry organizations and senior-level professionals focused in:

  • IT
  • Data security
  • Information security
  • Regulatory compliance
  • Marketing

Key Sessions Include:

  • Layers of Culture Shift
  • Think Like an Attacker
  • The Role of Cybersecurity Leadership in Healthcare
  • What Risks Are Worth Taking? Health IT Lessons Learned
  • Key Vulnerabilities of the Healthcare Ecosystem
  • Hacking Healthcare, Patching Pacemakers, and Defending Data: The Critical Condition of IoT Security in Healthcare
  • Cyberwar and Healthcare
  • Cybersecurity in Clinical Trials and Medical Imaging
  • The Information Sharing System
  • The Wisdom of the Crowd
  • A Deeper Look into Cross Compliance; the Perspective Conversation
  • AI, Social media and your Real World Persona
  • Digital Health on the Dark Web
  • Social Engineering Hackathon
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Day One

7:30am - 8:45am Registration and Continental Breakfast for Summit Attendees

8:45am - 9:00am Welcome and Chairperson’s Introduction & Opening Remarks

9:00am - 9:30am Layers of Culture Shift

  • Thought leadership / Think tanks
  • The value of innovation and culture change
  • How the healthcare industry compares to other industries
  • Why innovation is necessary to support patients and data specifically
  • How innovation in the healthcare ecosystem will keep costs down

9:30am - 10:00am KEYNOTE: Think Like an Attacker

  • Why it is important to think in adversarial terms
  • How to teach your team to avoid common issues
  • Broad practical application

10:00am - 10:30am The Role of Cybersecurity Leadership in Healthcare

  • How leadership in healthcare is often the root cause of most cybersecurity issues
  • Why healthcare organizations need to pay more attention to people leadership and culture.
  • Insights from his research, analysis and hands on experience
  • Session will be followed by Dr. Hasib’s book signing in the exhibit hall

10:30am - 11:00am Morning Networking & Refreshment Break in Exhibit Hall/strong>

11:00am - 11:30am PANEL DISCUSSION: What Risks Are Worth Taking? Health IT Lessons Learned

  • Tell all stories and what went wrong and resulted in breach
  • How are security issues can be uniquely dangerous for healthcare organizations
  • How healthcare can learn from other industries
  • What risks are worth taking?
  • Managing gaps of risk, compliance, government
  • Overcoming roadblocks toward game changing innovation in formulation and delivery strategies

11:30pm - 12:00pm Key Vulnerabilities of the Healthcare Ecosystem

  • How vulnerabilities and entry points can differ for different roles throughout the industry
  • Types of breach that are most prominent in each branch of healthcare

12:00pm - 1:00pm Networking Lunch by the Pool

1:00pm - 1:30pm Hacking Healthcare, Patching Pacemakers, and Defending Data: The Critical Condition of IoT Security in Healthcare

  • Exploring the cross of the digital and physical within healthtech security
  • Medical devices, heart rate monitors, electronic medical records, insulin pumps and Fitbits

1:30pm - 2:00pm Cross Generational Cyber Attack, A Perspective Conversation

  • How the millennial generation differs in usability
  • Common generational access points and how to enhance their security
  • Cross generational approaches to enforcing security
  • Multifaceted & multidisciplinary utilization over the provider patient portal

2:00pm - 2:30pm Cyberwar and healthcare

  • The force of impact that health IT can have and how to control it
  • How to properly leverage Information as a new weapon
  • assessment and management

2:30pm - 3:00pm Afternoon Refreshment Break

3:00pm - 5:00pm Pioneer Workshops in 3 parallel sessions

5:00pm - 6:00pm Chairperson’s Day One Closing Remarks, Networking HAPPY hour at the Pool Bar

6:00pm - 8:00pm Yoga on the Sand

8:00pm - 10:00pm Unplugged Beach BBQ and Bonfire


Day Two

8:00am - 8:55am Continental Breakfast for Conference Participants

8:55am - 9:00am Chairperson’s Introduction & Opening Remarks

9:00am - 10:00am The Wisdom of the Crowd

  • How collaboration in cyber healthcare security could help us all instead of tearing us apart
  • How health technology security failure is a failure to safeguard human life
  • How to improve security posture
  • Insights on how IATC catalyzes better outcomes “safer, sooner, together”

10:00am - 10:30am Roundtable Coffee Shop Brunch Series

  • Every speaker and panelist will have the opportunity to connect with a small group of participants

10:30am - 11:00am Morning Networking & Refreshment Break in Exhibit Hall

11:00am - 11:30am Trust and Collaboration

  • Ensuring your third parties have and maintain an appropriate information security posture addressing relevant cyber security threats
  • The cost of creating and maintaining a third party risk management program
  • What level of residual risk may exist by engaging with certain third parties
  • Meeting an internal level of control
  • Hear from industry experts on how these challenges have been addressed by organizations across multiple industries and associations

11:30am - 12:00am AI, Social media and your Real World Persona

  • The cross between your digital, social and physical worlds
  • Using artificial intelligence and social media activity to verify identity and secure data

12:00pm - 1:00pm Networking Lunch by the Pool

1:00pm - 1:30pm Multi-Directional Information Sharing in the Healthcare Sector

  • Overview of the role and functions of the National Cybersecurity and Communications Integration Center
  • Application of lessons learned from current events such as WannaCry
  • The importance of partnership, shared awareness, preparation and leadership in the health care sector’s critical cybersecurity ecosystem

1:30pm - 2:00pm Reducing Risk from Biomedical Devices

  • Identifying risks with biomedical devices
  • Techniques to reduce attack surface
  • Applying compensating controls with common security frameworks
  • Manufacturing out the risk with biomed vendors

2:00pm - 2:30pm TRAILBLAZERS

  • Trailblazers in the health IT space will discuss key trends and Innovation in CyberHealth Security Solutions
  • Discussion on how the nature of breach has changed and how solutions are shifting from protection and prevention to prediction
  • Trends include: Biometrics, Penetration testing, Phishing prevention, Hyper-convergence vs convergence, AI platforms and Behavioral Analytics

2:30pm - 3:00pm Afternoon Networking & Refreshment Break in Exhibit Area

3:00pm - 6:00pm Pioneer Workshops in 3 parallel sessions

6:00pm - 6:10pm Closing Remarks & Conclusion of Summit

6:10pm Closing Reception

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Heath Renfrow
Global CISO, United States Army Medicine Leo Cybersecurity

John Felker
Director, National Cybersecurity and Communication Integration Center, US Department of Homeland Security

Duchess of Cybersecurity®, CEO Wyvern Security Board

Spencer Pitman
Systems and Organizational Designer The Ready

Adam Losey JD
Orlando President InfraGard Information Sharing Group

Sharon Finney
Director of Data Security, Adventist Health System, I Am The Cavalry

Alexander Polyakov MBA

Mike Green
Deputy CISO Express Scripts

Bert Talley
Chief Information Security Officer Avella Specialty Pharmacy

Mark Punyanitya
Biomedical Engineer, Founder, Image Analysis Lab Columbia University

Chris Patteson
Executive Director - Risk Transformation Office RSA Security (Former Director FedEx)

Michael Molinaro MS, MBA
CISO BioReference Laboratories

Katherine Norris
Director, Corporate Compliance & Risk Management Berkeley Research Group

Darrell Jones
CISO, Herbalife, Former Executive Director of Infrastructure Security Kaiser Permanente

Mitch Parker
Executive Director Information Security and Compliance Indiana University Health

Michael Parisi
Vice President, Assurance Strategy and Community Development HITRUST

Gotham Sharma
Managing Director, Exeltek Consulting Group

Taylor Lehmann
CISO, Wellforce, Tufts Medical Center

Mansur Hasib, CISSP, PMP, CPHIMS
Program Chair, CT UMUC 2017 Cybersecurity People’s Choice Award

Brian Haugli
Vice President, CISO, Hanover Insurance

John McGee
Security Architect, Adventist Health System

Erik Jones
CEO, Jacobian Engineering

Randall Degges
Developer Advocacy, Okta, Former CTO, OpenCNAM

Kirill Satanovsky
Co-founder, HackingEDU

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Cross-industry senior professionals including:

  • Principals
  • Chief Technology Officers
  • Chief Security Officers / CISOs
  • Chief Information Officers
  • Risk Managers
  • Compliance Officers
  • Security Solutions
  • Network Architects
  • Corporate Counsels
  • Technology Security
  • Systems Engineering
  • Threat Analytics
  • Product Management

This event is also of relevance to:

  • Component suppliers/Vendors
  • Software providers
  • Consultants
  • Legal
  • Academics
  • Technology experts
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Eden Roc Miami Beach
4525 Collins Ave
Miami Beach, FL
United States


This upscale oceanfront hotel with a glamorous pool scene is a 10-minute drive from Lincoln Road's upscale shopping.

Fashionable quarters range from chic guestrooms to contemporary bilevel suites, some with whirlpool tubs. All feature flat-screen TVs, iPod docks, minifridges and WiFi. Many offer views of the Atlantic Ocean or Intercoastal Waterway and private balconies.

A resort fee covers WiFi, fitness-center access and beach chairs. Amenities include 4 pools, multiple restaurants (from casual Latin to upscale farm-to-table), a lobby bar and a posh spa (surcharge). Jet Skis, paddleboards and pool cabanas are available to rent.

List of Amenities:

  • Parking
  • Outdoor Pool
  • Air-Conditioned
  • Laundry Service
  • Business Centre
  • Pet-Friendly
  • Room Service
  • Child Friendly
  • Restaurant
  • Hot Tub
  • Spa
  • Fitness Centre
  • Bar
  • Smoke-Free

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