Health Information Sharing and Analysis Center’s new CSO will direct Cyber and Physical Security Services to improve security and lower risk for H-ISAC members worldwide

TITUSVILLE, FL, April 24, 2019 –

The Health Information Sharing and Analysis Center (H-ISAC) announced today that Errol Weiss will become the organization’s first Chief Security Officer (CSO). H-ISAC is a trusted community of focused on sharing timely, relevant and actionable information to prevent, detect, and respond to cybersecurity and physical security events so members can focus on improving health and saving lives.

In his new role, Weiss will be responsible for the strategic vision and direction of the H-ISAC’s day-to-day Cyber and Physical Security Services offered to H-ISAC member organizations, including the delivery of Cyber and Physical Threat Intelligence, the H-ISAC Security Operations Center (SOC), Identity services, community exercises and other special interest services. Weiss will define, implement and deliver Cyber and Physical Security Services to H-ISAC members which are consistent with the long-term goals and objectives of the H-ISAC – to attract and retain members, operate with execution excellence, and deliver community defense for the healthcare sector.

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