HealthsystemCIO.com March 4, 2024
Anthony Guerra

It’s the old preconception that’s kept security out of the equation for far too long – if cyber gets involved, the whole project is dead, or at least not going anywhere fast. Luckily that dynamic is falling by the wayside, as business leaders have to come to realize that not including security means taking on an unknown level of risk, not only to data systems, but patient safety. To Monique St. John, CISO and Associate CIO at CHOP, innovation and cybersecurity must go hand in hand. And, done right, the two actually move faster and more effectively together. Of course, a caveat is that those hands need to clasp at the beginning of the journey for the partnership to be...

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