Cyber Risk Leadership
Christine Sublett is a senior executive and entrepreneur with a proven record throughout the healthcare and cybersecurity ecosystems, with expertise in digital health, health information technology, and medical device industries. She combines her strong cyber risk management and technical foundation, people skills, and business operations with her deep knowledge of cybersecurity, privacy, and enterprise risk management to provide support to executives and boards to meet their business, technology, cyber risk, and information protection objectives while maximizing the value of their information assets.
In 2011 Christine founded Sublett Consulting where she serves as CEO. Sublett Consulting provides C-level and Board advisory services with an emphasis on cyber risk management, information protection, and cybersecurity for early to mid-stage companies in the digital health, medical device, and cybersecurity industries.
Prior to launching Sublett Consulting, Christine held executive roles for public and private healthcare organizations including Stanford Children’s Hospital, where she was the Chief Security Officer & Security Architect.
Since 2012, Christine has served as an advisory board member for multiple digital health, Software-as-a-Medical-Device (SaMD), and cybersecurity companies in the US and internationally. Her previous advisory board work for early to mid-stage companies include Gliimpse (acquired by Apple), Porticor (acquired by Intuit), BeyondCore (acquired by Salesforce), DoctorBase (acquired by Kareo), Ciitizen (acquired by Invitae), CareLinx (acquired by Sharecare), and Nyotron (acquired by Acronis), establishing her reputation for comprehensive knowledge of cyber risk strategies and maximizing the value of information assets, leading to strong funding rounds and acquisitions.
In addition, since 2012 she has served on the El Camino Hospital Board of Directors Security, Privacy, Compliance and Audit Committee, where she provides guidance and oversight on security, privacy, internal and external audit, information governance, enterprise risk management and M & A due diligence.
In 2016 and 2017 Christine served on the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Healthcare Sector Cybersecurity Task Force, tasked with developing a report of recommendations to Congress. Christine continues to be involved with several federal healthcare cybersecurity policy and guidance initiatives including multiple Healthcare Sector Coordinating Council working groups through the Department of Homeland Security providing guidance on medical device, telehealth/telemedicine, ML/AI cybersecurity best practices, and the impact of quantum computing on healthcare cybersecurity. And in 2022 she was named as a Public-Private Analytic Exchange Program participant focused on Countering Foreign Malign Social Network Manipulation in the Homeland through the Department of Homeland Security.
Since being selected in 2018, she has served as the Healthcare and Public Health Cybersecurity National Deputy Director for the InfraGard National Public Sector program, and as of 2016, has been a Hammer Nutrition sponsored ultra-distance bicycle racer. She lives in San Mateo, CA with her family.