Obama Cybersecurity Coordinator Michael Daniel to Headline the HIMSS Healthcare Security Forum

Michael Daniel, Cybersecurity Coordinator to President Barack Obama from 2012-2016, will keynote Day 2 of the HIMSS Healthcare Security Forum

Daniel will bring critical strategies around incident response, risk mitigation, and his past experience with handling the most prominent cyber attacks in the U.S.

HIMSS announced today that Michael Daniel, Cybersecurity Coordinator to President Barack Obama from 2012-2016, will keynote Day 2 of the HIMSS Healthcare Security Forum, the nation’s foremost event for health organizations tackling data security. The event kicks off at the Sheraton Boston Hotel, Sept. 11-13, 2017.

Daniel will deliver his keynote, The Evolving Healthcare Information Security Organization, Sept. 12, 2017.

“Michael Daniel is one of the nation’s foremost cybersecurity experts. It is with great pleasure that we bring him to the stage at the HIMSS Healthcare Security Forum,” said John Whelan, Executive Vice President, HIMSS Media. “Daniel will bring critical strategies around incident response, risk mitigation, and his past experience with handling the most prominent cyber attacks in the U.S.”

Sponsored by Connection, Edge Hosting, IBM, Mimecast, Radiant Logic, Sailpoint, and Unisys, the three-day Healthcare Security Forum features 40+ deep-dive sessions, eight networking sessions, and brings together prominent security experts from leading organizations who will share critical strategies around cybersecurity; incident response; emerging threats; ransomware, risk management, identity and access management; HIPAA audits; medical device security; strategic communication; BAAs, and more.

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  •     Cybersecurity Coordinator to President Barack Obama 2012 -2016 & Special Assistant to the…

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