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Healthcare Data Breach - Have you secured your patient data?
This webinar on securing ePHI data will discuss best practices in healthcare data security, compliance, and legal issues regarding patient data. It will help you mitigate the risks of a breach and show what needs to be done in the event of a security incident.
Why Should You Attend:
- Can you afford a data breach that can lead to loss of reputation and revenue?
- How can you tell that patient data has been stolen?
- What are the symptoms of a data breach?
- Where do you need to focus your mitigation efforts?
As more physicians, hospitals, and other healthcare professionals adopt Electronic Health Records (EHR), share digital medical records, implement cloud computing, and engage in social media, the risks, size and frequency of data breaches containing Protected Health Information (PHI) are increasing.
Attend our one-hour, vendor-neutral webinar to learn about crucial topics ranging from recognizing symptoms of a breach and breach diagnosis to analysis of a security incident and notification requirements. Participants will have dedicated time for questions and answers after the presentation.
Areas Covered in the Seminar:
- Symptoms of a data breach
- How to monitor your organization for any data breach
- Disposal of digital media in your organization
- Security best practices to protect ePHI data
- How to security store your data in cloud
- What to do in the event of Data Breach
Who Will Benefit:
This webinar will provide valuable assistance to all healthcare organizations of any size and ite vendors and associates. The individuals who will benefit include:
- Chief Information Officer
- Chief Financial Officer
- Privacy Officer
- IT Security
- Compliance officer
- Office managers
- Front office personnel
Alan Roth(CISA), is a retired U. S. Postal Inspector with expertise in investigations involving the internet and computer networks. Alan worked as a forensic computer examiner and supervisor. Alan had assisted on search in Raleigh, NC in investigation that lead to the nation's first felony spam trial (supervised digital forensic portion of search activities) and testified in federal court on four occasions on computer forensics.
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