Established in 2001, as a Network Security Integrator to Enterprise and Small to Medium Business throughout the Central and Rocky Mountain regions of the U.S., DirSec provides comprehensive consulting services, successful core/edge security solutions, assessments, and implementation services to help customers meet today’s IT and business challenges. As a premier solution provider, we custom tailor systems and solutions to fit current computing needs and your future business goals.
Drew Labbo, CISO Denver Health
Drew Labbo is currently the CISO of Denver Health and Hospital Authority and owner and principal of RMHG – Rocky Mountain HIPAA Guru, which offers HIPAA Privacy & Security consulting and advisory services. Drew has over 17 years’ experience with information security and technology and over 12 years’ experience as a Privacy and Data Security Officer. He is an expert on HIPAA Privacy and Security Rule regulations as well as HITECH and Omnibus regulatory updates. Drew holds an MBA in Health Administration from the University of Colorado, and he has been a CISSP for 12 years. Drew has been a speaker and information security expert panel participate at numerous conferences and professional events.
Kris Kistler: CISO for Centura Health
Kris Kistler is currently the CISO for Centura Health and CSO50 award winner for 2016. In addition to healthcare experience, he has 10 years of law enforcement background and over 25 years experience in the information security field. He has held over a dozen multi-disciplinary technical certifications in Systems, Network, and Security. His background includes corporate security operations and senior management with Healthcare, Financial, and Internet Service Provider industries, along with many others in a Managed Security Services Provider (MSSP) and consulting role.
Howard Haile: CISO for SCL Health
Howard E. Haile currently serves as Vice President and Chief Information Security Officer for SCL Health System with responsibilities for information security throughout SCL Health System. Howard has over 16 years technology and data security experience. Prior to his move to information technology Howard served as a police detective with responsibility over major cases including homicide, financial, and digital crimes forensics and investigations. Howard has been with SCL Health since 2007 and served as Director of Internal Audit before assuming the role of CISO. oward holds a BS degree in Business Finance from Baker University. He has been a healthcare security speaker at RSA Conference, SC Secure Congress, CHSM, CHIME, Prime Health Collaborative and many others. He received a bravery citation for his work at the Riley County Policy Department as well as receiving the Director’s award for meritorious service. He holds several IT and security certifications including CISSP and CISA.
Randall Frietzsche, Information Security Officer for Prominence Health
Randall Frietzsche is the Information Security Officer for Prominence Health Plans, a Catholic Health Initiatives (CHI) subsidiary. Randall has 15 years of experience implementing Information Security, with 8 years working in Healthcare. He is an International Fellow with the Information Systems Security Association (ISSA), and an Adjunct Professor - Information Security. Randall was the President of the ISSA Louisville, KY Chapter for 8 years. Randall holds a Master of Science in Information Security and Assurance (MSISA), the Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP), Certified Ethical Hacker (C|EH), and over 20 other technical and security certifications.
Zsolt Molnar, Director InfoSec Children's Hospital Colorado
Zsolt is Director of Information Security & Information Security Officer for Children's Hospital Colorado. He has been working in healthcare information security for 10 years. Zsolt holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in Mechanical Engineering from CU Boulder and has been a CISSP for over 10 years. Zsolt has extensive experience in information security leadership, security system administration, and incident response.
Rob Winter, CISO at Boulder Community Health
Rob Winter brings a tremendous amount of security and operational management expertise to his role as the Chief Information Security Officer at Boulder Community Health. Mr. Winter has two decades of hands-on experience in a variety of IT disciplines including systems administration, web design, penetration testing, security architecture and compliance, and leadership. Prior to joining BCH, Mr. Winter worked in the healthcare industry for top medical centers including Stanford Hospital and Clinics and the University of California San Francisco, the banking industry for JPMorgan, and the telecom industry for USWest. He has consulted for Dell, Perot Systems, and Accenture where he was able to pass his expertise onto their clients. Mr. Winter is an affiliate professor at Regis University where he designed the undergraduate computer security curriculum and teaches undergraduate and graduate courses. Mr. Winter holds a Master's degree in Information Assurance and a Bachelor of Science in Computer Networking, various security certifications including CISSP, Certified Ethical Hacker, several GIAC certifications, and numerous certifications from Microsoft and Cisco. He is an active cyclist, swimmer, and a senior member of the Colorado Springs and Denver ISSA chapters.
Luke McOmie, Director of Penetration Testing Coalfire Labs
Offering 20 years of experience as a trusted security leader, adviser, and strategist, Luke is industry certified and recognized for his excellence in management, execution, communication, and delivery. He has lead risk and compliance programs, managed red teams, and conducted security assessments for many Fortune 100 companies, federal agencies, and private businesses. These efforts and his diverse background in ethical hacking, penetration testing, physical security, social engineering, and incident response have all contributed to his extensive understanding of the challenges and risks that threaten the modern
Iain Lumsden, InfoSec Manager Denver Health
The ISSA Healthcare Special Interest Group's half day Knowledge Transfer and Collaboration Meeting will include:
- Medical Device and Modality Information Security Vigilance Discussion
- CISO Panel and Participant Discussion and Q&A session
- Healthcare InfoSec Storytelling and "War Stories" session: resources, info, tips, and tricks to build support for InfoSec and risk management initiatives
If you work at a healthcare organization or are interested in learning more about healthcare information security, please register to join us! Please note that the event registration is open to 45 registrants maximum.
- 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm: Lunch/Arrival
- 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm: Medical Device Security Vigilance Presentation and Discussion
- 2:00 pm – 2:50 pm: CISO Healthcare Panel Discussion and Q&A with Participants
- 2:50 pm – 3:00 pm Break
- 3:00 pm – 4:00 pm: Healthcare InfoSec Storytelling
- 4:00 pm – 5:00 pm: Happy hour and gaming time!
The event is offering 3 CPE's is FREE for ISSA members and non-members and will include a complimentary appetizer style buffet for lunch and snacks throughout the day; water/coffee/soft drinks; a happy hour with the first round of drinks paid for by DirSec; and a $10 Dave and Buster's game card.
Please Note: Guests of ISSA Healthcare Special Interest Group Meeting will park in the parking garages located off of Colorado Blvd. and Colorado Center Drive. This is complimentary parking as the front parking lot is under construction.
Friday, 29. April 2016 - 12:00 till 17:00