Achieving Security + Compliance in a Healthcare World 

What: Armor-Hosted Webinar

When: Wednesday, January 23, 11 a.m. CST

Maintaining HIPAA compliance is essential to the cybersecurity of healthcare data and IT. HIPAA's standards act as a baseline for a security program to meet the most minimal protections against ransomware and other cyber threats. Yet, most healthcare organizations are unsure if their existing program is both completely compliant and optimally secure.

Another complication is that HIPAA is descriptive and not prescriptive. Meaning, HIPAA will tell you what the mandatory standards are, but they won't tell you how to accomplish them. To avoid penalties, organizations may prioritize compliance and shape most of their security policies around it, leading to a checkbox-driven, point-in-time program that is insufficient to continuously protect patient information. In this webinar, participants will learn:  

  • Today's greatest cybersecurity risks and the impact on compliance for healthcare organizations
  • The differences between security and compliance, and how to achieve both
  • How to benchmark their current environments against HIPAA requirements
  • How Armor helps make healthcare security and HIPAA compliance simple


About the Presenter:


Wayne Reynolds
Head of Security/CSO, Armor

Nearly 30 years of IT and cybersecurity experience, Wayne manages the overall strategy, operations, and tactical execution of Armor's rapidly growing security and compliance services to more than 1,200 customers in 45 countries. Wayne's accomplished approach extends beyond the typical direction many heads of security follow.

Key to establishing the strategic and operational vision at Armor, Wayne oversees the execution of Armor's 24x7x365 Security Operations, Incident Response & Forensics, Threat Resistance Unit, Vulnerability Threat Management, Governance Risk & Compliance, and Privacy. These groups comprise Armor's Friendly Network Forces, a one-of-a-kind internal penetration testing organization designed to validate the company's own security measures and evaluate risk from new or unforseen threats.

Prior to Armor, Wayne served in the U.S. Marine Corps for nearly 20 years where he led Tactical Information Technology, Communications, and Avionics Departments. In his civilian career, he led security organizations across a wide range of business to include Conde Nast Publications, Copart Auto Auctions, Aerojet-Rocketdyne, Citi Group, and GameStop.



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Wednesday, January 23, 11 a.m. CST