Free HIPAA Webinar: Why it Matters

Using Payment Card Industry (PCI), Digital Signature Standard (DSS), and National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) and other Frameworks to address your Cyber Liability

Thursday, December 16, 2021, at 11:00 AM

Cybercriminals are becoming more sophisticated with multi-tiered attacks putting our health records at risk.  These increased data breaches are adding to the value of cyber liability planning at your health center.  Understanding cyber liability and maturing your compliance program to be an ongoing process and not a one-time deal, is of utmost importance today. Changing fast is the cyber insurance market, with premiums going up and organizations finding it tougher to get coverage.

Please join us to discuss PCI, DSS, NIST, and other industry frameworks to get practical advice to help your health center optimize your cyber liability position.

What You Will Learn:

  • The changing cyber insurance market.
  • Leveraging cyber security to mitigate risk.
  • Navigating through multiple security frameworks.
  • Role of PCI DSS in cyber liability.
  • Additional resources to help

 

Presented by Susan Clarke

Susan Clarke is a Privacy and Security Consultant at Mountain-Pacific Quality Health.  She has over 20 years’ experience in Health Care Leadership, Information Technology Management and Compliance and 13 of those years with a Mayo Clinic-affiliated integrated health system. Susan has served on various councils and committees for IT Security, Disaster Recovery, Emergency Preparedness and Joint Commission.  For the past several years, Susan has worked with health care organizations conducting privacy and security risk analysis and assisting with HIPAA and 42 CRF, Part 2 training.  Susan is a Computer Scientist, as well as a Certified Healthcare Information Security and Privacy Practitioner.

Don’t forget! If you haven’t completed your Security Risk Assessment for 2021 it is not too late to get started! The HCCN will pay each health center’s HIPAA One Subscription for this year 2021/2022. The HCCN will pay Mountain Pacific Quality Health/Health Technology Services directly. If you have any questions about the subscription please contact Leslie.

Completing a Security Risk Assessment and a Breach Mitigation and Response Plan achieves the HCCN Objective of Data Protection.  If you have questions in regards to either please contact Toni