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Upcoming Panel Discussion on 10/20: Recent Privacy and Security Risks to the Health Care Industry

By Patrick Sheehan posted Sat October 08,2016 10:00 AM


Come join the Health Law Section for a lunchtime panel discussion on October 20 from 12-1:30 to hear about the latest developments in privacy and security affecting all health care practitioners.  The program will include information every health law practitioner should know, including the latest on how enterprise digital rights management technology is helping to mitigate challenges in data security, information governance and audit compliance.

The program will cover:

What types of information are considered "high risk data" in the health care industry and beyond
How bad actors are creating these security risks
What the federal government is doing to warn the health care industry about these risks
Best practices to avoid becoming a victim and how to mitigate risk
Recent malware and ransomware case studies
New Health and Human Services ("HHS") guidance on ransomware
The value of medical information on the black market today
Recent health care cyberattacks and their outcomes
How lawyers are protecting their own sensitive employee and client data
The benefits of using EDRM technology for data security, information governance and compliance challenges
Defining data classification policies
Implementation strategies for information governance procedures
Internal and external compliance benefits using audit tracking logs


Kathryn Rattigan, Esq., program chair
Robinson & Cole LLP, Providence

Brian Podolsky

Lisa Popadic

Sponsoring Sections:
Health Law Section

You can find more information and register at the following link: