Paul Martini is the cofounder and chief architect of iboss, where he pioneered the iboss Cybersecurity Platform that protects enterprise networks against malware, advanced threats and data loss direct-to-cloud, with a unique, node-based cloud architecture. With over 80 patents and patents-pending for the security technology he has developed, Martini has established iboss as a leading cybersecurity innovator. Prior to iboss, Martini developed proprietary security solutions for Phogenix, the U.S. Navy and Hewlett Packard. He was also a key contributor at Copper Mountain Networks and SAIC, which both launched successful IPO’s. He earned a BA in Computer Science from UCSD.
When it comes to privacy & security, many of the people, processes, and technology that work today, likely will not be as effective in in a year or two, maybe not even next month. That's the nature of the beast in healthcare's fast growing threat landscape.
In this session, our panel of experienced healthcare security leaders discuss their organizations’ long-term strategic plan. What do they expect their security teams and programs to look like two to five years from today? What new skills must the CISO possess? How will they address and stay head of growing and emerging threats such as malware and the Internet of Things? How will they simultaneously allow access to and secure big data? Will they move to the cloud? Do they expect to outsource more services? What is their approach to consumerism and mobile security?
Wayne Gretzky said, “I skate to where the puck is going to be, not where it has been.”
In this session, attendees will hear the privacy & security equivalent of that quote, and in the process gain insights into how to evolve their own programs.