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  • © 2017 HITRUST Alliance.

    Healthcare Industry Collaboration for better Cyber Vigilance and Resilience Facilitator: Jimmy Joseph, Senior Manager, Deloitte & Touche LLP Panel Members: 1.  Sanjeev Sah, CISO, Texas Children’s Hospital 2.  Randy Yates, CISO, Memorial Hermann Health System 3.  Deepak Lakhiani, Security Architect, Hoag Memorial Hospital Presbyterian

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    The panel

    Randy Yates CISO, Memorial Hermann

    Health System

    Sanjeev Sah CISO, Texas Children’s

    Hospital

    Deepak Lakhiani Security Architect, Hoag

    Memorial Hospital Presbyterian

    Jimmy Joseph Senior Manager, Deloitte

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    Agenda •  Industry threat landscape •  Why collaborate? •  How collaboration can help us? •  Takeaways

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    Threat landscape $575B Annual cost to the global economy from cybercrime [1]

    4000+ Per day Ransomware attacks in the first quarter of 2016 – 300 % increase from per day no. over 2015[2]

    Per capita cost of data breach is

    highest in US [3]

    $221

    $209M Monetary losses suffered by

    enterprises in 2016 Q1 due to Ransomware[2]

    Industry trends….

    Ransomware

    Sophisticated intrusion techniques

    Identity theft

    Extended enterprise

    Acquisitions & growth

    Biomed devices & IoT

    [1] Forrester “Understand the Business Impact and Cost of a Breach” 12 January, 2015 [2 ]Trend Labs, The Reign of Ransomware, 2016; [3] Ponemon 2016 Cost of Data Breach Study: Global Analysis, [4] http://www.darkreading.com/attacks-breaches/major-cyberattacks-on-health care-grew-63--in-2016/d/d-id/1327779; [5] http://www.s3security.com/hitrust-a-proven- framework-for-health care-cyber-security

    63% Increase in the number of major attacks on health care organizations in 2016[4]

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    Leading by example - The Financial Services Industry

    •  Collaboration for tighter controls and better enforcement

    •  Partnerships amongst organizations for information sharing, close tracking and working with government to stay ahead of the game

    •  Reduced siloed attacks and better overall protection

    •  Intelligence gathered through communities (e.g., Financial Services Information Sharing and Analysis Center (FSISAC)) to help identify adversaries and communicate industry risk posture

    What is needed - health care industry collaboration

    Better risk management through.. •  Agile information security control frameworks

    that provide cyber security guidance

    •  Synchronization of a wide range of regulations and leading practices

    Better vigilance through.. •  Threat intelligence sharing (e.g., HITRUST

    Cyber Threat Exchange (CTX)) and collaboration between government and private sector

    •  End-to-end, cyber incident detection and response centers

    Better resilience through.. •  Collaboration between different health care

    entities in the event of a security incident

    •  Workshops, immersive cyber simulations (e.g., Cyber RX), tabletop exercises

    Why collaborate as an industry?

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    How Threat Intelligence Sharing can improve Cyber Vigilance and Resilience?

    Threat Intelligence Sharing enhances the scope of information available to organizations for accurate situational awareness intelligence of the threat landscape. Collaboration can generate advanced insights to industry-specific cyber threats for clients.

    Better threat landscape

    analysis Improvements in attack detection and response Shared expectations

    Industry specific threat alerts

    Through effective information sharing of actionable intelligence, each sharing member can achieve a better understanding of the threat landscape.

    A common perspective on threats, actions, and expectations improves overall coordination and organization muscle memory

    Programs can be designed to alert clients to new industry specific cyber threats that will enable companies to be protected from more and greater threats.

    •  Ability to see attacks in context

    •  Accuracy of detection and response

    •  Faster detection and response

    Collaborative vigilance and resilience improves the cyber risk posture across organizations by counteracting the increased sophistication and coordination of cyber attacks as well as faster recovery.

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    Takeaways Collaboration amplifies cyber awareness among industry participants – effectively illustrating the value of working together to address cyberattacks (e.g., cyber simulation exercises)

    Public-private partnerships between the health plans and providers and industry bodies such as HITRUST and HHS are furthered, demonstrating the critical role these partnerships play in protecting the industry

    As incidents within the industry unfold and increase exponentially in number, effective intelligence sharing is critical to supporting effective industry-wide information sharing

    Collaboration provides greater benefit for the health care plan and provider organization community by bringing together members of business, operations, technology, security, privacy, etc., for better cyber vigilance and resilience

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