When it comes to managing cyber risk, hospitals and health systems often find themselves racing to check a box or meet an annual deadline. Owensboro Health's Chief Information Security Officer (CISO), Jackie Mattingly, decided to find a better approach. Because Owensboro had already experienced a breach years prior, she wanted a proactive cyber risk management program that would help them look at their systems and assets holistically, surfacing unknown vulnerabilities and closing the gaps she suspected they had in their existing program.
Read the case study to learn about Owensboro Health's strategic initiatives and the changes Mattingly introduced to elevate cyber risk management. Gain insights into her perspective on identifying risks beyond the EHR, handling vendors that don't meet the organization's cybersecurity standards, and fortifying cyber resilience in an increasingly interconnected world.