How Leading Security and Privacy Executives Maximize their Time to Secure Patient Data

How Leading Security and Privacy Executives Maximize their Time to Secure Patient Data
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FairWarning Executive Series Webinar

How Leading Security & Privacy
Executives Maximize their
Time to Secure Patient Data

Wednesday, February 21, 2018 | 2 PM ET / 11 a.m. PT
 

FairWarning Executive Series Webinar

How Leading Security & Privacy Executives

Maximize Their Time to Secure Patient Data

Healthcare organizations are faced with increasing challenges to protecting patient data while meeting budgetary restraints and competing with tighter deadlines. Hear how the privacy and security teams at Nemours and Kaweah Delta gain time back in their day to focus on future plans while reducing privacy and security risks. With the right tools and resources, these organizations can effectively improve their privacy and security postures.

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The healthcare industry faces increasing challenges to secure patient data, and as a result, the roles of privacy and security executives are more robust and complex than ever. Skills shortage, increased cybersecurity threats, and budgetary restraints all add to the pressure privacy and security teams face.

With time as the most limited resource, creating a security and privacy program with existing resources continues to be a challenge. In this webinar, you will hear from executives in privacy and security about how they tackle these challenges with time-saving tools and resources.

On this FairWarning webinar you will learn:

  • How to reduce investigation time up to 75%

  • How to save approximately 4 hours per day by reducing manual inputs

  • How to ensure data integrity and availability

About the Speakers

Kevin Haynes

Chief Privacy Officer
Nemours

Kevin Haynes is currently the Chief Privacy Officer at Nemours, based in the Jacksonville, Florida Area, where he has worked since February 2008. He has served Nemours in several areas over the last 10 years. First as a Senior Director for Information Systems and the Information Security Officer. He currently leads key initiatives and activities related to the design, development and implementation of enterprise-wide privacy training, procedures, auditing and monitoring, controls, risk mitigation planning and other privacy program elements in compliance with relevant privacy laws and Nemours’ information privacy practices. He also works closely with Information Systems, Health Information Management, Risk Management, Information Security, Legal Services, Human Resources, other privacy resources across Nemours, and other internal risk assessing organizations and corporate functions, to address privacy issues within Nemours. Prior to Nemours Kevin served as the Director of Infrastructure and Technology Security for the City of Jacksonville. Kevin’s areas of expertise include information security, security, privacy law, HIPAA, risk management, GRC, governance risk management and compliance. Kevin received his BBA in Accounting from Florida Atlantic University. He also maintains key industry certifications, including CIPP/US, CHPC, CISSP, CISM, and CRISC.

Benjamin Cripps

Director of Corporate Compliance and Privacy Officer
Kaweah

Benjamin Cripps is the Compliance and Privacy Officer at Kaweah Delta Health Care District in Visalia, California, currently the largest hospital in Tulare County with a team of over 4,000 medical and health professionals and eight campuses. With over 12 years in privacy and compliance at Kaweah Delta, Ben leads and supports internal compliance investigations and audits throughout the District. Prior to his healthcare experience, he was a staff accountant at Noell Agnew & Morse, LLP. Benjamin received his Master in Business Administration – Health Care Management at Colorado Technical University and his Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration – Accounting at Fresno Pacific University. He is CHC and CHPC certified.

Executive Summary

The healthcare industry faces increasing challenges to secure patient data, and as a result, Privacy and Security teams meet complex workflows. In addition to these robust and time-consuming workflows, healthcare organizations also face:

  • Growing cybersecurity threats
  • Skills Shortage
  • Budgetary Restraints
  • Heavy Regulatory Burden

These challenges all contribute to the fact that security and privacy’s most limited resource is time. And while time is limited, organizations still face pressure to strengthen security and privacy programs with their existing resources.
Unfortunately, for many organizations, this results in a reactive workflow, instead of a proactive and strategic approach to securing patient data.

Turning Back the Security Clock

In this webinar, you’ll hear from top security and privacy professionals and how they’re gaining back time to combat the growing threat landscape. You’ll learn how to:

  • Create a 40-65% reduction in false positives
  • Implement automated incident response
  • Utilize self-healing monitoring

You’ll also learn how security and privacy executives leverage partnerships, programs, and technology to overcome the challenge of “do more with less.”

About the Industry-Leading Speakers

In this webinar, Kevin Haynes, Chief Privacy Officer of Nemours, discusses how he leverages the FairWarning Fifth Generation Platform to save time for more strategic planning and projects and preventative measures.

Kevin also discusses how Nemours leverages FairWarning as the primary tool for all access related to investigations regarding patient complaints, PCP modification, security profile monitoring, drug monitoring, and custom VIP monitoring.

Benjamin Cripps, Director of Corporate Compliance and Privacy Officer at Kaweah Delta, explains how Kaweah uses FairWarning to monitor for Medical and Identity theft, as well as, meet compliance with regulations such as HIPAA.

Also, Kurt Long, Founder/CEO of FairWarning discusses the overall threat landscape facing healthcare organizations, including drug diversion fueled by the Opioid Crisis.

FairWarning’s Industry Insights

FairWarning has over 350 customers representing 1,600 hospitals around the world, monitoring 2.7M employees. As the worldwide leading provider of patient privacy protection, FairWarning holds a unique point of view in the marketplace to provide insights on the latest tactics organizations are using to secure patient data.

Webinar Speakers

Kevin Haynes
Chief Privacy Officer
Nemours

Benjamin Cripps
Director of Corporate Compliance and Privacy Officer
Kaweah Delta

Kurt Long
Owner and CEO
FairWarning

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