How much will a cybersecurity incident cost your practice?

July 28, 2022
The medical and dental industries are prime targets for data pirates. What are you doing about it?

According to the latest data breach report by IBM and the Ponemon Institute, the cost of a data breach in 2021 was $4.24 million. This is a 10% rise from the average cost in 2019, which was $3.86 million. The global average cost of cybercrime was expected to peak at $6 trillion annually by the end of 2021, driven by the proliferation of ransomware attacks.

The good news is you can eliminate that worry with a practice management cloud solution. Finding the right solution that fits your practice’s needs of saving time and money all while benefiting from the security of a true cloud solution is the best way to future-proof your practice against bad actors.

This on-demand event discusses how a ransomware attack impacted a doctor’s practice; how you can protect your practice and patients’ data; and why a cloud practice solution is the best investment for future growth.

What you'll learn:

  • What a cyber-attack is and its direct and indirect impact on your practice
  • Why the medical and dental industry targets for hackers and data pirates
  • Your role in protecting your practice from security breaches
  • How a cloud solution protects you and reduces your liability

Your presenters

Dr. Scotty Bolding 

Dr. Bolding is an Oral & Maxillofacial Surgeon with emphasis in TMJ Disease Management, Sleep & Airway Surgery, and Robotics. He has consulted with hospitals, physicians, dentists, & many other industry leaders for over 15 years on improving business processes to deliver higher quality healthcare to patients.

John Bruggeman, vCISO virtual Chief Information Security Officer at CBTS

Up until his career at Carestream Dental, John was the National Director of IT and then the Chief Technology Officer at Hebrew Union College for 23 years. He is an expert at cyber security and a true professional at building IT departments & IT security teams.

Gary Salman, CEO and co-founder of Black Talon Security

Gary is dedicated to data security and understanding the latest trends in the industry, particularly as they relate to the dental industry.  He has decades of experience in software development and computer IT and developed one of the very first Cloud-based healthcare systems.

Moderator: Dr. Pamela Maragliano-Muniz, chief editor of Dental Economics

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