Denise Anderson Named President of NH-ISACDenise Anderson Named President of NH-ISAC
Former FS-ISAC Executive to increase Healthcare ISAC growth and maturity
January 27, 2016
KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, Fla.– January 18, 2016 –The National Health Information Sharing and Analysis Center (NH-ISAC), a strategic member of the ISAC community announced today that it has promoted Denise Anderson to President. Anderson joined NH-ISAC in July of 2015 as its Executive Director. Previous to this she was an integral member of the Financial Services-ISAC executive management team. Denise will oversee all Membership, Strategic Development and Technical Service Delivery operations functions of the NH-ISAC.
“Denise brings a tremendous background, rich in ISAC experience. She is also the sitting chair of the National Council of ISACs (NCI), which is a collaborative council of all the ISAC’s in the U.S. In naming her President, the Board of Directors has confirmed their confidence in her ability to continue to grow the NH-ISAC’s membership services and increase the cyber resiliency of the healthcare sector.” Jim Routh, Chairman of the NH-ISAC Board of Directors.
The National Health Information Sharing and Analysis Center (NH-ISAC), the official healthcare information sharing and analysis center, offers non-profit and for-profit healthcare stakeholders, such as: independent hospitals, IDN “providers”, health insurance “payers”, pharmaceutical/biotech manufacturers, laboratory, diagnostic, medical device manufacturers, medical school and medical R&D organizations, a community and forum for sharing cyber and physical threat indicators, best practices and mitigation strategies. NH-ISAC is a non-profit corporation funded and owned by its members. Membership is open to any healthcare stakeholder seeking protection of valuable PHI (personal health information) and compliance with Federal HIPAA regulations and standards, driving the assurance of patient health and life safety and fostering continuity of operations. Joining the NH-ISAC is one of the best ways health and public health services firms can do their part to protect the industry and its vital role in critical infrastructure. To learn more about the NH-ISAC or to become a member, please visit www.nhisac.org.
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