October 25 - 27, 2017
The Highland Dallas, Dallas, TX

Joey Johnson

CISO
Premise Health

Joey Johnson is Chief Information Security Officer at Premise Health, provider of large employer sponsor health and wellness centers for employees. Joey is responsible for leading all organizational efforts related to security operations and engineering, information technology and security compliance, identity access management, policy development, security audit, and vendor risk management to meet challenging security and compliance demands.

In his six years with Premise Health, Joey has been instrumental in implementing a proactive security and risk management environment focused organizational risk awareness that is transformative in the healthcare industry. He successfully launched a cutting-edge vendor and business associate maturity development program that dynamically empowered business partners of various scales and complexity to meet challenging security and compliance demands.

Additionally, he has worked to develop a team driven by passion in security, with a focus on empowering and fostering women in the security field. In 2016, Joey was presented CISO of the Year Award by the Nashville Technology Council. In March 2017, he was named the TEN I.S.E 2017 Southeast CISO of the Year. Prior to joining Premise Health, Joey served as the Chief Security Officer for the United States Department of Commerce, Office of Computer Services.

Joey holds more than 15 years of experience in the cybersecurity industry including leadership roles in both the public and private sectors, with a focus on organizations in the federal government, information technology, healthcare, and transportation industries. Outside of Premise Health, Joey maintains an active leadership presence in the healthcare cybersecurity industry, participating in numerous steering and advisory committees with the National Healthcare Information Sharing & Analysis Center (NH-ISAC), various threat intelligence and sharing groups, security news groups, and private/public sector partnerships.

Additionally, Joey serves on the Editorial Board for the Journal of Law and Cyberwarfare helping to shape the future national and international regulatory landscape around cybersecurity, and also works as a senior advisory member on the E-Health Initiative Federal Executive Advisory Board on Privacy & Security. Joey also currently works as a technical advisor with various security and technology investment organizations and product companies, and is a speaker at numerous security industry events.



9:05 AM The Digital CIO’s Guide to Building an Effective Cyber Strategy Roadmap

Most healthcare organizations have put strategic security leadership in place, but where that strategic outlook intersects with tactical delivery, it dwells heavily within the CIO’s domain. We’ll address the market longevity of products and their path to commoditization, the true level of effort in implementing them, and when is the appropriate timing for each. This talk will equip CIOs and IT leaders with the information necessary to ensure they can both challenge the demands of their security leaders, and effectively support their requirements upstream to executive and board leadership. During this keynote, we’ll discuss: 


•How to effectively challenge your CISO and security leaders 
•Recognizing key prerequisites that are critical to buying a technology
•How to navigate the cybersecurity investment noise




Check out the incredible speaker line-up to see who will be joining Joey.

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