Supply Chain and Third-Party Risks During COVID-19
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Carrie Whysall is the Director of Managed Security Services (CISM) for CynergisTek. Carrie is a proven IT executive leader with a solid track record of HIPAA enforcement and security assurance. With a depth of expertise in the management and implementation of strategic security programs that provide operational excellence. Acknowledged for exceptional performance in process improvements change management and facilitation of multiple projects while ensuring security compliance.Follow on Linkedin More Content by Carrie Whysall
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