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Your Responsibilities as a Company to protect Personal Information

Instructor: Henry Theberge
Product ID: 701740
  • Duration: 60 Min

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In this information security training webinar learn as a company how to develop, implement, maintain and monitor a comprehensive written information security program. ("WISP").

Why Should You Attend:

With the recent increases in identity and credit card theft, many states have enacted regulations to enforce companies protect the information they store. For example, Massachusetts Regulation (201 CMR 17.00) is impressive, it extends to companies having information on Massachusetts residents whether or not the company is doing business in Massachusetts, and has already had impact nationally. Many other states also have recently enacted similar regulations. There are no industry, private sector or out-of-state exemptions and no de-minimus number of employees under the MA regulation. Under the Regulation, every person or company that owns or licenses personal information about a Massachusetts resident must develop, implement, maintain and monitor a comprehensive written information security program. ("WISP"). The provisions of the Regulation concerning WISPs are both broad and very granular at the same time and effectively demand you have appropriate policies, procedures and techniques where necessary.

This webinar is focused on a practical approach for you to achieve compliance. First, if you have personal information on Massachusetts residents you should make sure you comply and create your WISP. Second, If your company stores any personal information (electronic or hard copy), regardless of the state of residency, you should have a written security plan. It will minimize risk, exposure, liabilities and costs. If you are a CPA, Legal, Managed Services or other firms with numerous clients, your fiduciary responsibility suggests that you should notify your clients of the regulation.

Rather than trying to start from scratch, this session will provide you with a better understanding of regulations pertaining to storing personal information, techniques to protect that information, and an outline for your WISP. as well as additional You may also want to consider a survey of all your partners and their clients.

Areas Covered in the Seminar:

  • What comprises Personal Identifiable Information.
  • What federal regulations apply, what states have regulations - where can I find them.
  • What is a WISP - what does it contain.
  • How can I create a WISP.
  • Who is responsible & next steps.

Example of Privacy Regulations:

In California, the California Financial Information Privacy Act (FIPA), Financial Code §§ 4050-4060, gives California consumers additional rights to limit the sharing of their personal financial information by financial service companies doing business in California. In Massachusetts, Regulation (201 CMR 17.00) is impressive, it extends to companies having information on Massachusetts residents whether or not the company is doing business in Massachusetts, and has already had impact nationally.

Who Will benefit:

This webinar will provide valuable assistance to all personnel responsible for securing records:

  • Human Resources
  • IT
  • Security
  • Facilities
  • Legal & Regulatory Compliance
  • Managers and Employees

Instructor Profile:

Henry Theberge, has worked extensively with the Commonwealth of Massachusetts in several areas of security including HIPAA policies, procedures and systems. In addition, he has designed, developed and created a number of innovative business models and competitive environments for large complex enterprises and communities including government agencies, hospitals, universities and insurers. Examples of clients include Stanford University and Medical School, National Institute of Health, Massachusetts Blue Cross Blue Shield, L’Oreal, Xerox and many others. His leadership has created lean innovative organizations that address knowledge management, clinical trials, security, manufacturing, retail and research. He has helped many organizations significantly improve performance while saving money. He has over 25 years as adjunct faculty and is recognized by a number of universities as one of their strongest faculty members bringing real world experience into the classroom. Mr. Theberge also has extensive experience in providing mentoring and coaching to many businesses.

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