In the digital age, IT security needs to improve resilience, fast track innovation, and drive business expansion. But we require the entire organization’s support to make that happen. What does it take to make IT security everyone’s business?
Sheryl Rose, Chief Information Security Officer, Summa Health System
Sheryl Rose has spent her career in the security and risk management disciplines. For the past 8 years, she has served as a Chief Information Security Officer in the health care industry. She is currently serving as interim Chief Informatio... More View all posts
Sheryl Rose has spent her career in the security and risk management disciplines. For the past 8 years, she has served as a Chief Information Security Officer in the health care industry. She is currently serving as interim Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) for Summa Health System. In her CISO roles, she has responsibility for Enterprise Information Security across the health system ranging from hospitals, clinics, business lines, and insurance. She has 20 years of extensive experience building security programs to meet the needs of the organization as well as manage the evolving threat landscape. Sheryl has evolved her experience to an enterprise security level as security risks have grown past the typical technology environment to include areas such as medical device, physical security governance, and third-party risk management. Her recent activities include ongoing cybersecurity improvements, continued risk management focus, and security around new and evolving threats. Prior to her time with Summa Health, Sheryl was the Senior Vice President/Chief Information Security Officer at Catholic Health Initiatives and Vice President of Global Security Operations at First Data Corporation. Sheryl’s strengths revolve around balancing the security risk and business needs of the organization, establishing strong technical teams, translating and communicating technical security risk into common business issues and driving a strategic direction with a strong focus on business need, security, and financial acumen. Sheryl is a frequent speaker at multiple technical and risk management conferences. She was named by Health Data Management to the Class of 2019 Most Powerful Women in Health IT. She serves on the Board of Regis University – College of Computer & Information Sciences. Less View all posts