Overview: Under HIPAA Omnibus final rule a breach is presumed following every impermissible use or disclosure of Protected Health Information (PHI). Covered entities and business associates must demonstrate, through a properly conducted and documented risk assessment, that there is a low probability of compromise of the affected data/PHI.
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 your mitigation efforts should be focused?
Why should you attend: 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 exponentially. Attend our 90-minute, 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 new breach notification requirements. Participants will have dedicated time for questions and answers after the presentation.
Areas Covered in the Session:
New Omnibus HIPAA Breach Rule overview
Causes of breach
Symptoms of a breach
What do you do if you suspect a breach?
How to minimize breach impact?
Who Will Benefit:
Health Insurance Managers
Alan J. Roth CISA, is an expert in digital forensics. He is a retired United States Postal Inspector with experience in investigations, audit (financial, contract and developmental/information technology), digital forensics, and IT security. As a Program Manager for the Postal Inspection Services Digital Evidence Unit, Alan led a team of Forensic Analysts specializing in computer, video and audio analysis for nine years, supporting criminal investigations around the U.S. In this capacity Alan testified in Federal court as a Computer Forensic expert on several occasions.
He also served as liaison to the National Institute of Science and Technology’s (NIST) Digital Evidence working group, and participated in the development of National Institute of Justice (NIJ) guides and special reports on digital evidence topics, co-sponsored by NIST. His most recent assignment prior to retiring from the Postal Inspection Service was as the Law Enforcement liaison to the Postal Services CIRT team and Information Systems Security group. In a previous assignment he served as the security officer for the Postal Inspection Services Information Technology Division.
Phone No: 800-385-1607
Event Link: http://bit.ly/17c7Lo1