Award by Health-ISAC recognizes Santiago’s contributions to cybersecurity
(WILMINGTON, Del. – August 11)
ChristianaCare Chief Information Security Officer Anahi Santiago, EMBA, CISM, has been recognized with the Routhy Award, which honors one cybersecurity professional each year who delivers a profound impact within health care and the information security profession.
The Routhy award is awarded by Health-ISAC, a global, non-profit, member-driven organization offering health care stakeholders a trusted community and forum for coordinating, collaborating and sharing vital physical and cyber threat intelligence and best practices with each other.
“Anahi is a one of a kind CISO,” said Randy Gaboriault, chief digital and information officer and senior vice president at ChristianaCare. “Deeply committed to information security, Anahi shares her wide breadth of experience and knowledge with peers throughout the country as a gifted speaker, mentor and content expert. She is expert in the field of cybersecurity.
“Through her deep commitment to patient safety and information security she has led the implementation of some of the most progressive cybersecurity safeguards within ChristianaCare. This is well deserved recognition and we are thrilled to see Anahi receive this prestigious award.”
Santiago is recognized as one of the nation’s foremost cybersecurity experts. With over 20 years in the Information Technology field, Santiago has extensive experience in areas of cybersecurity, privacy, regulatory compliance, program management and infrastructure services.
“We are so pleased to have the opportunity to recognize Anahi for her years of leadership and selfless contributions to the community of Health-ISAC, affiliated associations, and the health care sector,” said Denise Anderson, Health-ISAC president and CEO. “She has been instrumental in sharing with her peers, participating in initiatives, and mentoring others in the sector. She is absolutely deserving of the Routhy Award. Congratulations, Anahi and thank you!”
Santiago has overall responsibility for the organization’s information security program and strategic direction. She leads a team of high performing information security professionals in supporting ChristianaCare’s strategic initiatives by partnering with the business leaders and managing risks, implementing policies and controls, and generating overall awareness.
“For years, I’ve watched people that I admire receive this award,” Anahi Santiago said. “I want to credit this amazing Health-ISAC organization for advancing cybersecurity in health care, protecting patients and bringing cybersecurity professionals together to share, innovate and protect.”