Cyberattacks are a constant threat for health care organizations responding to the pandemic. According to HealthITSecurity, hackers took full advantage of the global crisis in 2020, using fraud schemes, phishing attacks, and other cyber threats to prey on the vulnerable. Their attacks led to some of the most significant healthcare data breaches seen in years.
For people working in IT security, the time is now to gain the skills needed to prevent and respond to these attacks—attacks that could significantly impact organizations and the people they serve.
On Wednesday, May 5, 2021, at 4:00-5:00 pm EDT, join experts from FIU’s Robert Stempel College of Public Health and Social Work and the Jack D. Gordon Institute for Public Policy for a virtual event hosted in Spanish to learn how you can earn a Certificate in Cybersecurity and Health, or “Certificado en Ciberseguridad y Salud.”
To secure your spot for the free virtual event, visit go.fiu.edu/reunioncibersalud
See below for more information on the speakers and the event.
Go here to learn more about the Certificate in Cybersecurity and Health and how to enroll in the course. The course will be taught exclusively in Spanish.