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Nov. 15: New HIPAA Cybersecurity Book Event


Healthcare is Plagued with Cybersecurity Time Bombs, Weak Network Security, 'Set It And Forget It' Mentality, and Ineffective User Training.

Cybersecurity expert, Bruce McCully, has just released a new HIPAA and cybersecurity book, Plagued: The CEOs Ultimate Guide To HIPAA Compliance and Cybersecurity, geared towards busy medical professionals. Within the book, he outlines a comprehensive and attainable way for healthcare to stay secure against cyberattacks, while not spending an arm and a leg to keep compliant with HIPAA-HITECH. Bruce will be discussing topics from within the book and is hosting a cybersecurity forum for Nashville healthcare businesses on November 15th.

Wednesday, November 15, 4:30 to 7:00 p.m.

Main Street Gallery - Bricks, 225 Main St. Nashville, TN 37206

To RSVP visit:

RSVP by Monday, November 13, 5 p.m.

Light appetizers and drinks will be served

Cybersecurity Discussion will be moderated

Too many healthcare offices are either vulnerable to cybercrime or are spending an arm and a leg just to miss the basic HIPAA compliance standards Plagued: The CEO's Ultimate Guide to HIPAA Compliance and Cybersecurity delivers clarity to what needs to change.

"Last year we audited over 8467 Computers and found healthcare organizations are paying triple the bill and getting shoddy security and missing compliance bus by miles."

Every single healthcare CEO or doctor that Bruce has interviewed in the past ten years have been overwhelmed when it comes to (1) keeping their patient information safe, (2) complying to complicated government compliance standards, and most importantly (3) being able to even stay profitable in a time when operating costs continue to sky rocket.

One of the biggest costs impacting healthcare has been the rise of malicious cyberattacks, data breaches and leaks, all of which are impacting the efficiency and effectiveness of healthcare.

The biggest pitfall of most healthcare IT to date has been ineffective IT Security strategies, which fail to evolve in an ever-evolving threat environment.

Bruce's solution is painless and simple. Instead of settling for mediocre solutions that either (1) cost your business an arm and a leg or (2) fail to protect the personal data that the government and (more importantly) your patients entrust to you, why not get an IT solution that leverages HIPAA compliance guidelines instead of fighting them?

Bruce McCully keeps healthcare businesses secure through both process and people. He founded Dynamic Edge in 1999 to eliminate computer problems for businesses. Today, his team secures over 88,000 users' data.

Bruce's passion for consistency and effectiveness penetrates all facets of his life. He believes that consistent results come ONLY from well-engineered processes and check lists (whether as a fixed wing airplane pilot or cybersecurity expert).

He often spends hours re-organizing steps in a process to generate consistent effective results. Some would call this Obsessive Compulsive Disorder; however, not true when it comes to securing your patient data.

Bruce wrote Plagued for the healthcare CEO--the executive that doesn't have time to read tomes of legislation, books chock full of technical jargon and problem-pointing books that all fail in giving you a guideline on how Healthcare IT can effectively implement HIPAA standards while keeping your business completely secure in an era of malicious healthcare


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