The global pandemic has dramatically changed healthcare, the country and the world. Patient care and safety has been compromised and subject to risks we never thought possible. But we’re not talking about COVID-19, this is about another even more dangerous and resistant virus – cybercrime. Remarkably, these two diseases have a lot in common. Join OrbitalFire’s Reg Harnish as we explore the lessons we can learn from each and how we can better protect our hospitals, data and patients in the future.
Speaker Bio: Reg Harnish is a nationally recognized cybersecurity veteran, investor, board member, advisor, speaker, author and the CEO of OrbitalFire. Reg is also the founder and former CEO of GreyCastle Security, a former Executive Vice President at the Center for Internet Security and the former CTO of Autotask. OrbitalFire is a leading cybersecurity services provider focused on simplifying, automating, and ultimately solving security challenges for the underserved – small businesses. Reg is responsible for the company’s vision, strategy, and growth.
Reg is responsible for several successful ventures, including GreyCastle Security (partial acquisition in 2016), Autotask (acquisition by Vista Equity Partners and Datto in 2017), SynQuest (IPO in 2000 and acquisition by Viewlocity in 2002) and FunkyTalk.com (Internet venture with Kimbal Musk). Reg has been practicing cybersecurity for nearly two decades. His experiences, skills and perspectives have established him as a highly respected thought-leader in the industry.
Reg is a fellow of the National Cybersecurity Institute, a member of the Forbes Technology Council and a board advisor to numerous high-growth cybersecurity startups. Reg has been featured in Time Magazine, Forbes, The Washington Post, CBS Nightly News, CIO Magazine, Dark Reading, Software Magazine, ComputerWorld, InfoWorld and countless other media outlets. Reg is a nationally recognized speaker and has presented at nearly every major industry and cybersecurity conference. His thoughtful and sometimes provocative perspectives have made him a highly sought-after keynote speaker.
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