FairWarning establishes its Solutions Advisory Board to provide guidance and oversight in the continued development of the company’s flagship software solution, FairWarning. The Solutions Advisory Board draws upon world-class information security, compliance and Healthcare experts.
- Chris Schellman, CPA, CISA, CIA; co-founder and executive vice president, SAS 70 Solutions, Inc. (audit and compliance)
- Laura Kolkman, president, Kolkman & Associates, LLC and former chief information officer of Pharmerica (global healthcare organization IT administration)
- Andy Swenson, director of security, Tribridge (security services and commercial marketplace)
- Richard Newman, Ph.D., assistant professor, computer & information science and engineering, University of Florida, (information security and research).
“The Solutions Advisory Board’s goal is to help FairWarning customers lead the way to proactive, lasting, and affordable HIPAA compliance, particularly in the areas of audit and systems review,” said Laura Kolkman, president of Kolkman & Associates. “We do that by supplementing FairWarning’s customer- centric product approach with an eye toward global trends. We also provide honest, open feedback to FairWarning during the product development cycle.”
For nearly a year, FairWarning has collaborated with leading healthcare organizations to deliver its flagship software solutions. FairWarning™ helps organizations track users across multiple applications and monitor for security incidents. FairWarning™ also provides reporting for systems review, which is an essential part of satisfying regulatory compliance requirements such as HIPAA, Sarbanes Oxley, Gramm- Leach-Bliley (GLB), Basel II for European financial services and PIPEDA in Canada.
“Fraud, theft, human error and system malfunction are examples of major risks that can throw an organization out of compliance with its HIPAA and/or SOX requirements,” said Chris Schellman, executive vice president of SAS 70 Solutions, Inc. “FairWarning provides unique tools to help organizations mitigate these risks by centralizing audit logs, automating systems review and expediting incident investigations.”
Kurt Long, chief executive officer of FairWarning, believes that with the ongoing oversight and guidance from the Solutions Advisory Board, “FairWarning™ will ultimately be a big win for our customers and raise the bar for patient privacy.” Biographies for members of the Solutions Advisory Board can be found on FairWarning’s web site at http://www.fairwarningaudit.com/subpage.asp?navid=7&id=9
FairWarning is a global leader in developing solutions that help organizations increase their security responsiveness, automate compliance and reduce associated costs. The company is privately held and is located in Saint Petersburg, Florida. For more information about FairWarning, Inc., visit the company website at www.FairWarningAudit.com.