Course Description

This session will address the monumental challenges that healthcare organizations face in ensuring the availability of a secure and reliable infrastructure for patients and the medical community. The session will address the following areas:

  • Overview of the breadth of challenges: What are the attack vectors and inhibitors we face?
  • Where are we as an industry vertical in addressing these challenges?
  • Prioritization of risks: Where does one start?
  • What tools are available?
  • Where are we heading / What does the future look like?

Course Curriculum

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Senior Director Biomedical Cybersecurity, Mount Sinai Health System

Tom Mustac

Tom is responsible for the cybersecurity of medical internet of things (MIoT) devices across The Mount Sinai Health System’s facilities including the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, eight hospital campuses and more than 400 ambulatory practices. He collaborates with medical device manufacturers, leading medical institutions and government agencies to promote the adoption of standards, industry best practices and building consensus to promote patient safety across all audiences. He earned his Doctor of Information Assurance from the University of Fairfax, and holds two MBA degrees from Iona College. He holds numerous certifications, including CISO, CRISC, CISSP, CISM and CISA.