Ransomware Attack Victims Speak Out: Best Practices & Lessons Learned from Ransomware Attacks

In this episode, John Riggi, AHA Senior Advisor for Cybersecurity and Risk talks to leaders of two AHA member hospitals who were victims of major ransomware attacks in the Fall of 2020. Adrienne Chase, Corporate Compliance and Risk Officer and Mandy Shelast, Vice President, Physician Services & Clinical Networks join us from Dickinson County Healthcare System in Iron Mountain, Michigan. John Gaede, Director of Information Services and Ronald Woita, Chief Nursing Officer & Vice President of Patient Care Services join us from Sky Lakes Medical Center, in Klamath Falls, Oregon. John Riggi previously interviewed them about lessons learned and best practices during the attack which they are willing to share on today’s podcast. Now here’s John to give the proper introductions.


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