Title: Inside the Hack: How Hackers Are Breaking Into Networks
Presenter: Bruce McCully
How Hackers Are Breaking Into Networks and Why A Ransomware Attack Has Been The Lynch Pin In Hospital And Clinic Closures.
*To beat a hacker you have got to start thinking like one. By looking at your systems through the eyes of a hacker, you will be better equipped at protecting you facility from growing cyber-attacks.
In 2019, hundreds of clinics and hospitals nation-wide have gone offline (often for weeks at a time) from ransomware attacks. In 2020, criminals are targeting healthcare—specifically rural. What have we learned this year? We have to change our approach in rural health to cybersecurity, data management and disaster preparedness. We’ve been too reactive for far too long. My message to you—to beat a hacker you’ve got to start thinking like one. In this talk we will walk through facilities like yours through the lens of hacker trying to get in.
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Presenter: Dr. Gina Forrest, MPH
Dr. Gina Forrest is a native Hoosier and wants to make Indiana a more inclusive, healthier and happier state! She has earned a MPH and a PhD in Health Behavior from Indiana University - Bloomington. Gina has been in the field of training and facilitating discussions in the areas of diversity, inclusion, equity and cultural awareness for some time, having her own business, Consulting Services with Gina, LLC. In addition, she has several years of experience in the public health field where her expertise is in grant management, conducting needs assessments, program planning, and evaluation. She has taught college-level courses at Butler University and Indiana University. Currently, she is the Executive Director of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion at Butler University.
Let’s stop using microaggressions
In this session, participants will learn to identify microaggressions and learn ways to modify their speech to avoid causing negative harm to those you're speaking with.
-Define the terms micro aggressions
-Identify ways to respond to micro aggressions
-Explore the outcomes associated when someone experiences microaggressions
Presenter: Deana Haworth, APR
This presentation will give senior leaders and marketers for healthcare organizations the tools to more effectively connect and engage with rural audiences.
*Have a better understanding of the outreach environment for rural poor communities
*Better understanding how research Impacts rural poor communities.
*Gain Insights into why our suggested approach has been successful.
Lunch and Learn: Real Estate Challenges & Solutions Unique to Rural Healthcare
Presenters: Ross Goyer & Robert Whitacre from Cornerstone Companies, Inc.
Industry experts will guide attendees through case studies and industry research to highlight healthcare real estate market challenges & practical solutions that will achieve health system goals.