Data vulnerabilities, threat bulletins, and other actionable information will flow to security teams.
The College of Healthcare Information Management Executives (CHIME) and its subsidiary professional organization, the Association for Executives in Healthcare Information Security (AEHIS), have teamed up with the Health Information Sharing and Analysis Center (Health-ISAC) to provide members with knowledge to protect their organizations from cybersecurity threats.
CHIME will distribute information collected by Health-ISAC, including newsletters, lists of vulnerabilities, threat bulletins, and other actionable and relevant information. This may include indicators of compromise, tactics, techniques, and procedures (TTPs) of threat actors, advice and best practices, mitigation strategies, and other related material.
Members will also have access to the Health-ISAC annual report, focused security research prepared by or in collaboration with the Health-ISAC, white papers, and other relevant non-technical material to healthcare CIOs.
“We are very excited to have this opportunity to share with the members of CHIME and AEHIS,” Denise Anderson, president and chief executive officer of Health-ISAC, said in a press release. “We see it as our mission to strengthen the resilience of the health sector through the sharing of actionable situational awareness, threat indicators, vulnerabilities and best practices among other intelligence vital to the security of health organizations. In addition, through this partnership we offer an opportunity to join our trusted community and the valuable information, connections and services we provide.”
CHIME is an executive organization serving chief information officers, chief medical information officers, chief nursing information officers, chief innovation officers, chief digital officers, and other senior digital health leaders. CHIME serves more than 5,000 members in 56 countries and two US territories, and partners with more than 160 healthcare IT businesses and professional services firms.
Health-ISAC is a global, non-profit, member-driven organization offering healthcare stakeholders a trusted community and forum for coordinating, collaborating, and sharing vital physical and cyber threat intelligence and best practices.
Scott Mace is a contributing writer for HealthLeaders.
The College of Healthcare Information Management Executives (CHIME) is partnering with the Health Information Sharing and Analysis Center (Health-ISAC).
The partnership will enable CHIME members to receive newsletters and other resources on the latest cybersecurity threats and strategies to protect healthcare data.
CHIME serves more than 5,000 healthcare executives in 56 countries and two US territories and partners with more than 160 healthcare businesses and professional services firms.