Northern California MGMA Webinar Presentation:
Actions Your Practice Can Take To Prevent Ransomware & Data Breaches in 2022
CEO and Co-Founder of True North ITG
DATE: Tuesday, February 15th, 2022
TIME: 12:00pm - Networking
12:15pm - Presentation Begins
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Have you decided what you're going to do about protecting your medical practice or healthcare organization from security threats? If not, register for our upcoming webinar! During the webinar, Matt Murren from True North ITG will breakdown the "how" behind the hack and share practical ways to protect your practice or other healthcare organization from the inside.
In this webinar, Matt will chat about:
- 2022 Emerging Healthcare Security Trends, Threats, and Updates from the field
- What to do immediately if you get attacked with Ransomware
- First-hand case studies of Healthcare security attacks (based on our consulting experience)
- How a threat propagates inside your network
- Solutions to consider when it comes to your people, policies, and technology
- ...and more!
About Matt Murren:
Matt is a Certified Information Security professional (CISSP) with over 20 years in C level IT and security management in healthcare.
After completing college at Seattle Pacific University with a focus in Business Administration, Matt found a deep interest in technology related to healthcare and improving the delivery of healthcare.
Matt has hands on enterprise IT experience working for General Electric, Seattle Children’s Hospital, Sony, and Seattle Cancer Care Alliance prior to founding True North.
Matt saw a gap with the delivery of Enterprise level IT into Ambulatory and CHC Healthcare organizations. True North was founded to deliver managed IT and CIO strategy services to focus on the IT maturity of these Healthcare organizations to improve patient care where it intersects with technology