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Dec. 4, 2018 - Focus On Health-Care Security

7:45am to 8:45am
Registration and breakfast
8:45am to 9:00am
Welcoming remarks
9:00am to 10:30am
Emergency management exercise: Bomb threat in the hospital
This hands-on session will examine a specific scenario: a man walks into a hospital, claiming he is carrying a bomb in his backpack. What are the next steps your security department should take? Have you prepared for this type of event ahead of time? How would your security staff react?  Would nurses, doctors and hospital staff know what to do? Focus On attendees should ask themselves these questions ahead of time and also consider which hospital codes would apply in the event of such an incident.

Speaker: Lyle Quan has been with Emergency Management & Training Inc. for more than 10 years with experience on projects across the country. Lyle retired as the Fire Chief and Commissioner of Community Services for the City of Waterloo. He continues to teach at the Ontario Fire College on a part time basis.
10:30am to 10:45am
Coffee and networking break
10:45am to 11:00am
Case Study 1
11:00am to 11:45am
Session 2: Guarding roundtable
An open discussion addressing some of the major issues affecting front line security employees working in health-care environments. The discussion will focus on the impact of the minimum wage increase coming to Ontario, but will also touch on other areas, such as training and skills development.

Speakers: Ken Close, Trillium Health Partners; Brine Hamilton, Trillium Health Partners; Sam Asselstine, Royal Ottawa Health Care Group; Joe Maloney, vice-president, Greater Toronto Area, G4S Canada
11:45am to 12:00pm
Case Study 2
12:00pm to 1:00pm
Lunch and networking
1:00pm to 1:15pm
Case Study 3
1:15pm to 2:00pm
Session 3 - Ransomware: a health-care epidemic?
Ransomware has affected businesses and organizations of all sizes and industries, but health-care seems be a target of such attacks. Find out how to work more effectively with your IT team to guard against this malicious breed of malware and the steps you need to take if you’re victimized.

Speaker: Craig Barretto is the President and Lead Consultant at Nexgen Security Inc., where he manages and provides technical guidance on penetration testing, simulated social engineering campaigns, vulnerability assessments, and physical security assessments. Craig specializes in infrastructure vulnerability assessment, pen-testing and network security, helping clients respond to cyber security events through incident response and digital forensics. Craig is also the current president of the Toronto Chapter of (ISC)², an international non-profit association focused on cyber safety and security and known for its Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP) certification.
2:15pm to 2:30pm
Case Study 4
2:30pm to 2:45pm
Coffee and networking break
2:45pm to 3:30pm
Session 4 - Certification: the future (and present) of health-care security
Martin Green, president of IAHSS, will walk us through the value of certification in health-care security environments and the professionalization of the industry. Security professionals in health care are faced with growing challenges, expanded roles, new technology and sometimes tough business decisions. They need support and staff who are better equipped to deal with all these outcomes and more.

Speaker: Martin Green CHPA, is the Manager, Security, Telecommunications & Emergency Preparedness at Baycrest Health Sciences in Toronto. Martin has worked in health-care security management since 1985. Throughout his career, he has designed and implemented security programs at several health-care facilities within Ontario and other provinces. He obtained his professional designation as a Certified Healthcare Protection Administrator (CHPA) from the International Association for Healthcare Security & Safety (IAHSS) in 2008. He is also trained and certified in Emergency Management, Contingency Planning, Disaster Response and Incident Management by Municipal, Provincial and Federal agencies. A longstanding contributor and member, Martin is currently the president of IAHSS, representing its 2,400 members.