Cyber Security with Sheryl Cherico


Sheryl Cherico started Tier3MD in 2005 and it has grown to one of the nations leading HIPAA compliant IT support groups for medical practices. They provide comprehensive Secuirty Risk Assessments for a wide variety of medical practices. She is also president of the Georgia Breast Cancer Coalition, which provides assistance for breast cancer patients in need.

In this episode of Websuasion Conversation, we discuss electronic medical records, cyber security, and digital forensics.


Sheryl tells us about moving to Georgia and traveling extensively throughout the state to prepare medical practices for Y2K.

A Move to IT Director

Sheryl tells us about working for Atlanta Cardiology as their IT director.

Forming Tier3MD

Sheryl talks to us about forming an IT company to support medical practices.

Preparing for a Cyber Attack

Sheryl talks about the inevitability of a cyber attack and the costs associated with data storage.

Digital Forensics

Sheryl discusses Discovery Computers and Forensics, a company she recently purchased that has digital forensics capabilities.

Electronic Medical Records

Sheryl explains a few different ways to move towards electronic medical records.

Georgia Breast Cancer Charity

Sheryl tells us about the work she does with the Georgia Breast Cancer Coalition.

Rebecca Walden Wig Studio

Sheryl discusses her partnership with Rebecca Walden, Atlanta's Wigspert.

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