Profile of Mansur HasibContributing Writer
Member Since: 7/28/2014
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Mansur Hasib is Vice President of Academic Affairs in Business Information Technology and Cybersecurity at American National University. In addition, he serves as President, University of Fairfax, where he oversees the doctoral program in cybersecurity. He is the only cybersecurity professional in the world with 12 years' experience as CIO; a Doctor of Science (DSc) in Cybersecurity; CISSP (cybersecurity); PMP (project management), and CPHIMS (healthcare) certifications, who has written two books on the subjects of cybersecurity and healthcare security and privacy. A global thought leader, Dr. Hasib has led technology and cybersecurity strategy for almost 30 years in healthcare, education, biotechnology, and energy. He is a frequent speaker at local, national, and international conferences in healthcare information technology and cybersecurity and privacy. For his doctoral dissertation in 2013, Dr. Hasib conducted a national study in US healthcare and examined the relationship between cybersecurity culture and cybersecurity compliance and published the results in a book titled Impact of Security Culture on Security Compliance in Healthcare in the United States of America. This work was cited in the references for ISC2's new healthcare security and privacy certification. In March 2014, Dr. Mansur published Cybersecurity Leadership: Powering the Modern Organization. In this work he shared his cybersecurity leadership model and life-long learning with many examples drawn from his practical experiences, research, and observations. His leadership model is applicable in any organization. Follow him on Twitter at @mhasib.
Articles by Mansur Hasib
posted in July 2014
When patients believe paper medical records are safer and more private than electronic ones, their health can suffer.
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More healthcare organizations are hiring CISOs -- a good thing. But bad management structure, insufficient resources, and poor understanding of risks often doom these newly appointed security executives.
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