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St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital was recently noted by the federal government as a leader in cybersecurity efforts when Clayton Naeve, Ph.D., senior vice president and chief information officer at St. Jude, was invited to present the hospital’s cybersecurity advancements at a meeting in Washington, D.C.
Chaired by Howard Schmidt, U.S. Cybersecurity Coordinator, the meeting’s purpose was to recognize the progress that has been made in cybersecurity and included a five-member guest panel to get a broad overview of the topic and to discuss the accomplishments and challenges in the cybersecurity arena.
Naeve represented St. Jude in the field of health care at the invitation of the National Coordinator for Health IT, David Blumenthal, M.D.
“St. Jude has built a significantly better cybersecurity infrastructure than we had two or three years ago,” Naeve said. “We have increased our data security staff, increase funding to enhance our data security infrastructure, strengthened our policies and enhanced our employee training.”
Prior to Naeve’s presentation, President Barack Obama addressed the crowd of 100 invited guests to emphasize the importance of cybersecurity to the U.S. economy and the need for cooperation to combat cyber threats.
While data loss and identity management continue to present challenges for all health care organizations across the country, Naeve feels that St. Jude has made substantial improvements.
“Over the past three years that I have been in the CIO role, we have paid much more attention to data security, and we have bolstered our cybersecurity infrastructure significantly,” Naeve said. “I was delighted to have the opportunity to represent St. Jude at the meeting.”