If you’re responsible for protecting your company’s Intellectual Property or Trade Secrets from Cyberattacks, you can improve your by understanding some of the key Strategic givens I’ve found at my Fortune 500 clients on Nation-State Adversaries. I assist companies and organizations that are dealing with known compromises or companies that suspect they have been compromised. […]
Archive | July, 2012
7 Strategic Givens for CISOs on Foreign State Threats to Intellectual Property and Trade SecretsRead Original Post
The National Research Council has released a report on the IT security measures of CMS. It states
that the centres should upgrade their current technology to properly protect their electronic health
A new statement by the secretary of the HHS has revealed new changes to be made in
their meaningful use program. These alterations are designed to boost participation and make it
easier for healthcare providers to satisfy EHR requirements.
The AMA has unveiled a new cell phone application called My Medications. This app is
designed to help users store and share their important health data.
Recent trends have shown that social media sites are now likely to be used for health advice and
data. These webpages can definitely be beneficial although there are several privacy concerns which
also need to be considered.
Clearwater Compliance LLC, a leading HIPAA-HITECH compliance consultancy, today announced the release of its latest version of Clearwater HIPAA Privacy Assessment™, Version 2.3. Service is designed to help organizations prepare for the HIPAA audits! …
In a recent White Paper by Squire Sanders entitled: “Update on Privacy and Security Issues for Retail Pharmacies”, the firm addresses recent developments regarding data privacy, including data mining, enhanced enforcement of the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPAA), breach notification requirements and new HIPAA regulations, with a specific focus on Retail Pharmacies. Benefit from our expertise; prepare for the audits!
A recent PWC survey showed that the right privacy procedures can provide an easy boost in patient confidence and satisfaction.
As health-related information breaches regularly hit the headlines, it is obvious that they can cause bad publicity and hurt an organization’s reputation. The important question though is whether good privacy policies can do the opposite and actually benefit a business.
In a recent post by Howard Anderson entitled: “Permanent HIPAA Audit Program Coming”, Howard quoted Leon Rodriguez, Director of the Office for Civil Rights on several practical, actionable steps organizations must take now to prepare for the upcoming HIPAA OCR/KPMG audits. Let’s compare our respective recommendations. Benefit from our expertise; prepare for the audits! …