The reality of cyber attacks is that a hacker can get into and stalk an organization’s network for hundreds of days without the organization knowing it, which is why healthcare providers need detection tools to learn of silent malware within their information systems, says Mark Dill, principal consultant at security consultancy tw-Security.

At a 7 a.m. networking breakfast on October 17 during AHIMA16 in Baltimore, Dill will team with two other consultants, Joseph Kirkpatrick of Kirkpatrick Price and Mac McMillian of CynergisTek, to explain the many faces of hacking. This includes a newer twist called “Hactivisim,” which is taking control over an organization’s web site or private network to express a political or social agenda.

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