Paubox Spring Summit Recap: The Future of Healthcare, IT Security, and Cybersecurity

by Hannah Trum Marketing Specialist

Our final session of Paubox Spring Summit included insights from Aaron Collins, system administrator at Developmental Center of the Ozarks, and Matthew Wallace, vice president of strategic initiatives and partnerships at Easterseals Louisiana.  

Panel overview: Drawing from their unique experiences and backgrounds, Wallace and Collins shared valuable insights about the future of healthcare, IT security, and cybersecurity. It’s more important than ever that healthcare industry professionals know how to navigate the rising threat of cybersecurity attacks and the long-lasting repercussions of the COVID-19 pandemic. 

Key takeaways:

  • Vulnerabilities and data breaches are not only the result of the software purchased but also the software integrations built into third-party vendors. 
  • To help spot cybersecurity threats, organizations need understand their firewall patterns and monitor if the patterns change after introducing new technologies into their stack
  • Telehealth was the right solution at the right time during the heat of the pandemic. Post-pandemic, telehealth will still be an important solution, especially in rural communities.

About Matthew Wallace

Matthew Wallace is the vice president of strategic initiatives and partnerships at Easterseals Louisiana. He’s passionate about the health of all people; he believes that when people are healthy, communities are healthy and thrive. In his current role, Wallace oversees government affairs, development, and communications. 

About Aaron Collins

Aaron Collins is the systems administrator for the Developmental Center of the Ozarks. He is well versed in the building and maintenance of HIPPA compliant environments, firewall administration, FileMaker databases, Mitel phone controllers, and network administration.

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