Dan Dodson, President of Fortified Health Security, a leader in information security, compliance and managed services, focused solely in the healthcare industry joins eHealth Radio and the Healthcare and Technology Channels. Dan discusses the challenges healthcare organizations face in monitoring and managing risks associated with connected medical devices and IoT.
Listen to interview with host Eric Michaels & guest Dan Dodson discuss the following:
- Tell us how Fortified Health Security helps hospitals and health systems protect themselves from cybersecurity threats?
- Why is IoT/medical device security becoming more and more challenging from a business and technical perspective?
- What does Fortified Health Security’s Connected Medical Device & IoT security program include?
- What are the benefits the “dashboard” includes in your program?
- As we look toward the future, what new challenges will medical devices pose on a healthcare organization’s cybersecurity posture?
Dan L. Dodson serves as President of Fortified Health Security where he brings over 10 years’ experience in the healthcare and insurance industries. During this time Dan has served as both an operational leader and sales leader. Dan’s specific focus has been in aligning organizational strengths with client needs through the execution of relevant go-to-market strategies and solution development.
Prior to joining Fortified, Dan served as Senior Vice President at Hooper Holmes, Inc. (AMEX: HH), a company serving the health and wellness and life insurance industry. Dan led sales and account management efforts for a $100+ million business unit. Dan, along with the executive team, crafted a new strategic plan, which resulted in the company selling under-performing business lines and focusing on the growing health and wellness market. Prior to joining HH, Dan served as Global Healthcare Strategy Lead for Dell Services (formally Perot Systems), where he was responsible for strategy, business planning and M&A initiatives for the company’s healthcare services business unit. He helped develop market strategies for Dell’s health information exchange, informatics, community physician and electronic medical record services. He also led the development of the division’s Asia-Pacific strategy including joint venture business planning and Brazil and China market entry plans. Prior to joining Perot Systems, Dan held numerous positions within various healthcare organizations including Covenant Health System and The Parker Group.
Dan holds an M.B.A. in Health Organization Management and a B.S. in Accounting and Finance from Texas Tech University. Dan currently serves on the Southern Methodist University Cyber Security Advisory Board.