New threats to patient data have emerged including global cybersecurity attacks and terrorism. While the existing threats of identity theft and fraud have grown to unprecedented levels. Hear how one healthcare organization has created a culture of privacy and compliance to combat these new advanced threats.
How Behavioral Security and Privacy Analytics are Shaping the Future of Healthcare Privacy and Security
Statistics indicate that the majority of patient data breaches result from insider threats. The 2017 Verizon Data Breach Report notes that healthcare “…is the only industry where employees are the predominant threat actors in breaches.” And it only takes a few bad actors—or even just one—to cause massive damage to your organization.
As the Health and Human Services’ Office for Civil Rights places more emphasis on the importance of audit controls, it is critical that care providers understand the laws of HIPAA as they pertain to e-PHI.
The 2016 election's impact on policy implications of HIPAA enforcement and other patient privacy, security and compliance regulations.