ONLINE CONTINUING EDUCATION
THIS LIVE STREAMING WEBINAR WILL INCLUDE A QUESTION & ANSWER SESSION
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Cybersecurity attacks – particularly within the healthcare industry – are top of mind for all organizations large and small, ranging from publicly traded companies to nonprofits to small doctors’ offices. This presentation will review common missteps that organizations make in their communications response to cybersecurity issues as well as other helpful tips for how our members can prepare for these types of attacks. From coordination with external advisors and legal counsel to notifying patients of potential PHI compromises, to media scrutiny – this webinar will touch on real life examples of how to prepare before a cyber crisis happens and equip you to respond to modern day cyber threats effectively and efficiently.
• Understand common trends and cybersecurity threats facing the healthcare sector.
• Learn how to adequately prepare incident response and crisis communication plans.
• Exposure to real life case studies in the healthcare sector.
About our Presenters:
Meredith Griffanti is a Senior Managing Director in the Strategic Communications segment at FTI Consulting and is based in New York City. She is an award-winning Crisis Communications and Cybersecurity PR professional and is the Global Head of the firm’s Cybersecurity & Data Privacy Communications practice. She provides communications counsel to clients on both cybersecurity preparedness and incident response matters involving PII, PHI, IP and other sensitive data across a wide range of industries. Ms. Griffanti has worked on some of the most high-profile and highly sensitive data breaches around the world and has successfully navigated the communications response to cybersecurity incidents such as nation-state, critical infrastructure and major, double-extortion ransomware attacks. Ms. Griffanti helps her clients effectively and transparently communicate with their key stakeholders – from media, to employees, to customers and regulators – before, during and after a cybersecurity incident.
At FTI Consulting, Jamie Singer co-leads the firm’s Cybersecurity & Data Privacy Communications practice. The nation’s leading expert on cybersecurity crisis communications, Ms. Singer has counseled Fortune 500 companies and public sector organizations through some of the most high-profile and largest cybersecurity crises of the past decade. Ms. Singer helps clients prepare for and minimize the reputational impacts stemming from complex, high-visibility data security and privacy issues from ransomware attacks to business email compromises to third-party breaches. She is recognized for her exceptional ability to strategically lead clients through the complexity of a high-impact crisis in a challenging environment with a critical eye on reputation management and responsive crisis communications. Ms. Singer has worked with hundreds of clients navigating cybersecurity and data privacy issues across sectors, including healthcare, financial services, technology, retail, higher education, municipalities, and K-12 school districts.
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