DevSecOps , Healthcare , Industry Specific

XDR: What It Is, What It's Not, and How It’s Increasing SecOps Efficiency In Healthcare

Bill Thorn, Senior Architect Public Sector/Healthcare, Trellix

Every healthcare entity needs to increase its SecOps team’s capacity to stay ahead of emerging threats. Consolidating an organization's security tools into a holistic ecosystem that’s always learning and adapting is key. Also key is understanding XDR - what it is, what it's not - and why it matters to healthcare, including to all the biomedical devices within those environments. This session covers all those important issues, including the five critical XDR characteristics to consider in healthcare. Join Bill Thorn, Senior Architect, Public Sector/Healthcare at Trellix for a better understanding of maximizing XDR in healthcare to improve SecOps efficiency.

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Bill Thorn, Senior Security Architect/Healthcare, Trellix

Bill Thorn, Senior Security Architect/Healthcare, Trellix

Senior Security Architect/Healthcare , Trellix

Thorn is a leader in security innovation, risk reduction and program management with more than 20 years of cybersecurity experience. He is an expert in the planning and execution of complex security initiatives, building of global security operations capabilities, and development of cross-functional risk reduction programs. As a respected leader and trusted adviser across multiple verticals, Thorn has advised hundreds of organizations on how best to align their security capabilities with cyber risk management and control initiatives.

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