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[WEBINAR] Top 10 Healthcare Vendor Risk Management Predictions for 2022

Wednesday, January 26th from 1:00 PM to 2:00 PM EST

Supply Chain Risk, VRM

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Cyberattacks on healthcare's supply chain and critical vendors have been growing exponentially in the last several years. CORL delivers vendor risk management (VRM) programs for hundreds of healthcare entities and has a unique perspective on emerging VRM trends.

We have compiled the top vendor risk exposures trends and predictions for 2022 to help you map out your defensive strategy heading into the new year:

  • Vendor risk trends and predictions for threat actors, attacks, and methods
  • Healthcare-specific vendor breaches, vulnerabilities, and risk exposures
  • Regulatory predictions for VRM including HIPAA, OCR enforcement, and emerging federal and state laws
  • VRM business drivers and board-level focus areas in 2022
  • Legal predictions for vendor risk including cyber liability and class action lawsuits
  • Cybersecurity certifications and vendor adoption rates
  • Emerging best practices for high-performing VRM programs
  • And much more

Meet the Presenter | Brian Selfridge, Partner at CORL Technologies

Supply Chain Risk, VRMBrian Selfridge is a seasoned information security, privacy, and compliance leader and industry expert. He has over 16 years of experience and a deep understanding of the requirements and constraints for executing operational information security and risk management programs.

Brian serves as CORL's Security & Risk Management Leader and is a frequent presenter and expert speaker on an array of security topics, including vendor security risk management, ethical hacking, medical device security, and strategic considerations for information security risk management and compliance. As a healthcare industry thought leader, Brian also advises and supports several federal agencies, including HHS and ONC. Brian serves as a HIPAA expert witness for OCR and advises healthcare entities on regulatory compliance matters.

Prior to CORL, Brian was CISO of a large health system and has healthcare security consulting experience with PricewaterhouseCoopers. Brian’s combination of both consulting experiences with hands-on operational security leadership set him apart as one of the industry’s leading experts on information risk management and compliance.

Fun facts about Brian:

Brian plays lead guitar in a rock band, is a published author of philosophy, makes his own beer and enjoys chasing his three children around the house.