Director, Clinical Information Security, Mayo Clinic
Kevin McDonald, BSN, MEPD, CISSP, currently serves as the Director of Clinical Information Security at Mayo Clinic. His current responsibilities include the security of medical devices, identity and access management, security testing and cybersecurity assurance services across the Mayo Clinic sites. Kevin and his teams provide testing, mitigation and consultative services for devices and systems within Mayo Clinic and partner with external vendors to assist them in improving the security of their products. Their work has become nationally recognized with presentations at FDA Workshops, the Radiologic Society of North America Conference, Gartner Security and Risk Management Summit, AdvaMed, MedTech, NH-ISAC Summits, Archimedes Workshops, ICS2 and many others. McDonald also participates in, and brings Mayo Clinic's experiences to, several vendor security customer advisory boards as well as he is the Co-Chair of the Healthcare & Public Health Sector Coordinating Council Cybersecurity Task Group Joint Security Plan and a member of the HIMSS Cybersecurity, Privacy, and Security Committee. He has 40 years of healthcare experience in both patient care and technology roles. His experience includes critical care and emergency nursing, education, nursing management, electronic medical record implementation, information technology and information security. He has an undergraduate degree in Nursing and graduate degrees in Education and Information Systems.