Lunch & Learn: Potential Impact of Ransomware on Healthcare Operations and Patient Safety

June 24, 11:00am, CDT - 12:30pm, CDT

Mays Clinic, Room ACB1.12345
1200 Holcombe Blvd. 
Houston, TX 77030


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Cybercriminals continue to look for innovative ways to drive their revenue streams and ransomware is a rapidly increasing attack mechanism.  It has become critical for health care organizations to understand the potential impact of ransomware on health care operations and patient safety, and be prepared in the event that they experience such an attack directly.

Learning Objectives

  1. Understand why healthcare providers are an attractive target of cybercriminals  
  2. Gain insight into the anatomy of a ransomeware attack
  3. Learn how to be Secure, Vigilant, and Resilient to these threats


Jimmy Joseph, AERS, Deloitte & Touche LLP., Houston, TX

Mr. Joseph has over thirteen years of experience and specializes in delivering IT risk, security, and privacy management consulting services across industries with a focus on life sciences and health care sector.  He specializes in delivering a broad range of IT risk management services including information security, privacy, and data protection consulting across industries.  His experience includes:

  • Information security strategy and program management
  • Information security, privacy, and data protection assessments and remediation
  • Regulatory compliance and industry standards advisory services
  • Threat and vulnerability management
  • Network & system integration
  • Business continuity and disaster recovery planning
  • Project management