ON-DEMAND WEBINAR:
HOW HEALTHCARE CISOs CAN SECURE MOBILE DEVICES THAT ACCESS SENSITIVE INFORMATION

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Skycure research found that around 18 million android devices have at least one medical app and a high-risk malware on it. The study also found that 1.96% of all devices in any organization are at a high risk of getting compromised.  

How do you create a mobile environment that is HIPAA compliant, secure, resilient and enables employees for increased productivity as compared to constraining them?

View this on-demand webinar with Jim Routh, CSO at Aetna, and Adi Sharabani, CEO and co-founder at Skycure, to learn:

  • About the state of mobile security in Healthcare organizations
  • How to improve incident response and resilience of mHealth IT operations
  • How to leverage risk-based mobility to predict, detect and protect against threats

 

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Meet Your Speakers:
 
Jim_Routh_round.pngJim Routh, CSO, Aetna
Jim Routh is the Chief Security Officer and leads the Global Information Security function for Aetna. He is the Chairman of the National Health ISAC and a Board Member of the FS-ISAC. He was formerly the Global Head of Application & Mobile Security for JP Morgan Chase. Prior to that he was the CISO for KPMG, DTCC and American Express and has over 30 years of experience in information technology and information security as a practitioner. He is the Information Security Executive of the Year winner for the Northeast in 2009 and the Information Security Executive of the Year in 2014 in North America for Healthcare. 

 

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Adi Sharabani, CEO and Co-founder, Skycure

Adi Sharabani is CEO and co-founder at Skycure. A world-renowned expert in enterprise software and mobile security, Adi is a Top-Rated Speaker at RSA and other security conferences. Before launching Skycure, Adi built and led Watchfire’s security group and later oversaw security for IBM software products. Adi holds more than 25 patents and earned a BSc in Mathematics and Physics from Tel Aviv University. Committed to cybersecurity education, he played a key role in the vision and implementation of the cyberdefense curriculum for high school students in Israel.