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Archive | May, 2011
Is Your Healthcare Organization Meeting the HIPAA Data Backup Standard? The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) comprises three sets of standards — transactions and code sets, privacy, and security. As of February 17, 2010, over a year ago, both Covered Entities and Business Associates are statutorily obligated to meet the requirements of the […]
This post is not intended to be a news flash! The Breach Notification regulations still exist in the form of an Interim Final Rule (IFR). We're all anxiously awating the Final Rule. Meanwhile, a number of readers have asked for a copy of the Breach Notification for Unsecured PHI: Interim Final Rule and for a quick […]
Recent research published in the International Journal of Internet and Enterprise Management analyzes the current state of Information Security and Privacy in healh care.
I recently attended an IAPP Practical Privacy Series. If you are interested in or work in the Privacy Compliance arena, I would encourage you to attend one of these and/or join IAPP. They have a variety of programs, conferences, and professional certifications available. The series was held in Washington DC and was focused on the recent […]
Q: How many sets of credentials are too many for one person to maintain on the network?
A: More than one.
Good grief? I thought we were in the second decade of the new millennium. Companies are still using magnetic tapes to backup mission critical data? Paaaaleeeaasse! Give me a break! According to a new entry on the DataLossDB – Open Security Foundation website, Cord Blood Registry, CBR Systems, Inc. recently had a data breach event […]