The InfraGard Cyber Health Working Group, a partnership between the FBI and information technology professionals in the health sector, will host a conference Oct. 25-26 in Charlotte, N.C., on strategies and tactics to improve health care cybersecurity. Conference registration is open to working group members and non-members, and free for members. For more on the working group, visit https://www.intelligence.healthcare.

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