HIMSS17 Healthcare Security Luncheon Session
About This Event
Join ePlus and Ingram Micro during HIMSS17 for a Healthcare Security Luncheon Session:
"The Compelling Case for Improving Healthcare IT Security"
Thomas L. Norman, CPP/PSP, Global Security Consultant
The presentation will cover current and emerging threats against hospitals, clinics, and supporting service companies; the consequences of these threats; and what can be done to protect against breaches and mitigate consequences.
Lunch and refreshments will be served.
About the presenter:
Thomas L. Norman, CPP/PSP is a Global Security Technology Consultant (Technology Consultant II) for Ingram Micro. Mr. Norman has more than 35 years of experience as an international security and anti-terrorism consultant serving U.S. and foreign governments and major NGOs such as international peacekeeping forces. His work mostly focused on conflict regions (North Africa, the Middle East, the Gulf and South Asia). Mr. Norman maintained an office and home in Beirut, Lebanon during much of this time. Mr. Norman’s expertise is wide and deep, including Political and Security Risk Analysis, Military Force Protection, Physical Security, Operational Security, and Government Level Cyber Security. Mr. Norman has written nine books on Security Principles, one of which was awarded Security Industry Book of the Year in 2016. Mr. Norman maintains an up-to-date cyber-threat library and uses a vendor-agnostic approach to assist customers to solve their most difficult security challenges.
1:00 pm - 2:00 pm EST
HIMSS17, Orlando, FL
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