FBI Cyber Expert Keynotes Privacy & Security Forum
Donald J. Good, deputy assistant director of the FBI’s cyber operations and outreach, will deliver the second day keynote address at the HIMSS Privacy & Security Forum in Chicago, June 30 – July 1.
Good joined the FBI as a special agent in 1995, and was appointed deputy assistant director in March 2015, flowing multiple roles in cybersecurity. In his new position, he supports the Cyber Division’s misison to identify, pursue, and defeat cyber adversaries targeting healthcare and other U.S interests.
At the HIMSS Privacy & Security Forum, Good will deliver at talk on July 1 entitled “ Know Your Adversary: Cybersecurity Trends and Emerging Threats.” In this presenation, he’ll give attendees and up-to-the minute overview of the cybersecurity landscapes and bad actors out to steal healthcare and other data.
Good joins 24 speakers at the forum, including privacy and security experts from such respected healthcare organizations as UPMC, Intermountain Healthcare, Office for National Coordinator, Kaiser Permanente, Mayo Clinic and more. The forum focuses on peer-to-peer education and networking, and speakers will share best practices, lessons learned, and insights.
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