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Risk-Based Monitoring: High Access Reporting Use Cases

An Event for FairWarning Customers

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Healthcare privacy and security professionals are consistently expected to do more with less. How do you prioritize your monitoring resources to effectively discover high-risk behavior? Dozens of enforced policies are directly available in the FairWarning Library to help you identify not only data compromise scenarios, but also cases of data exfiltration and other high risk information security threats. In this best practice training, you will learn:

  • The benefits of high-access reporting and the difference between high user activity and trending reports
  • Prerequisites for running high-access or trending reports in FairWarning, including event data and indices
  • How to schedule a trending report and set an appropriate threshold (percentage or standard deviation)
  • High-access enforced policy use cases, including: Top 10 reports, deceased patient access, demographic information, or other sensitive information captured in your event data

FairWarning Best Practice Training Details

Event Date September 25, 2019
Event Time 2–3 p.m. ET | 11 a.m. – 12 p.m. PT
Registration Fee FREE