Oct. 18, 2022
McInturff Conference Center at UMC Health System
602 Indiana Ave., Lubbock, Texas
Prior to the workshop, read ahead materials and brief cyber survey will be provided to attendees.
9 – 9:30 a.m.
Continental Breakfast and Registration
9:30 – 10:30 a.m.
Overview of Cyber Threat Landscape Panel – the FBI and the AHA
Joint presentation with John Riggi and local FBI representative
- Learn from the FBI cyber program leaders about the criminal and national security cyber threats they are investigating on a global, national, and regional level.
- Learn how best to work with the FBI and other government agencies, prior, during and post cyber incident.
- The FBI will also discuss and distinguish their non-regulatory role in the investigation of cyber incidents and how they work with DHS, CISA, HHS and other national security agencies.
- Learn what hospitals and healthcare systems on a national level are saying to their trusted AHA cyber advisor about their biggest cybersecurity threats challenges.
- Learn how the AHA is helping the field mitigate those threats and exchange information with the FBI and other government agencies.
10:30 – 10:40 a.m.
10:40 – 11:20 a.m.
Leadership Perspectives: Cybersecurity Best Practices and Challenges from Large Systems to Small Hospitals: Systems and Small Hospitals
Moderated by John Riggi
- Jeremy Walker, VP and CFO, Hendrick Health
- Russell Tippin, President and CEO, Medical Center Health System
- Marion Bruce, CEO, Muenster Hospital District
11:20 am – Noon
Cyber Risk as Enterprise Risk + Ransomware Preparedness and Response
Moderated presentation and discussion with attendees and previous panelists
- John Riggi will present national perspective on ransomware attacks based upon direct interaction and discussion with victim organization and government agencies.
- Discuss how cyber risk translates into enterprise risk issues with direct implications to revenue, reputation, care delivery and patient safety.
- Learn how your organization may be carrying hidden strategic cyber risk through third party relationships.
- Discuss cyber enterprise risk communication and risk mitigation strategies with your non- technical peers and leadership.
- Exchange ideas to assist in creating an organizational culture of cybersecurity and facilitate cyber resource requests between technical and non-technical leadership
Noon – 1 pm
- Networking and open discussion
1 – 2:30 pm
Cyber Table-top Exercise
John Riggi will moderate and actively engage all attendees in a group critical thinking and strategic leadership cyber incident exercise. The session is designed to be highly interactive and is based upon real world complex and multi-faceted cyber and risk incidents. It is designed for both technical and non-technical leaders and structured to test incident response plans, identify gaps and elicit strategic decision-making skills under simulated adversarial conditions. John will directly solicit responses from the audience at all key decision points.
2:30 – 3 pm
Wrap-up, lessons learned and discussion on additional areas of focus
What changes will you and your organization make to improve cybersecurity as result of what you have learned in this workshop?