Fremont, California (PressExposure) May 27, 2013 -- Summary: MentorHealth, a leading provider of online training for the healthcare industry, is organizing a webinar on June 6 on the topic, "Detect, Prevent and Control Healthcare Data Breaches". It will be presented by Alan J. Roth, CISA; an expert in digital forensics.
The Electronic Health Record (EHR) is a wonderful concept that serves many uses. Along with related activities like sharing digital medical records, implementing cloud computing, and engaging in social media; EHR has made life a lot easier. Unfortunately, like most other technology-driven ideas, these have some serious flaws, if they are implemented incorrectly.
The most serious of these is data breaches containing Protected Health Information (PHI). The risks, gravity and frequency of breaches seem to be increasing of late. This poses healthcare providers serious questions they must answer, such as:
- Can we afford a data breach that can lead to loss of reputation and revenue?
- How can we know that patient data has been stolen?
- What are the symptoms of a data breach?
- Where should our mitigation efforts be focused?
Participants of this webinar will be able to learn about crucial topics ranging from recognizing symptoms of a breach and breach diagnosis to analysis of a security incident and notification requirements. This session will cover the following areas:
- Breach overview
- Causes of breach
- Symptoms of a breach
- What do you do if you suspect a breach?
- How to minimize breach impact?
- Key takeaways
When: June 6, 10:00 AM PDT | 01:00 PM EDT
Alan J. Roth, CISA, is an expert in digital forensics. He is a retired United States Postal Inspector with experience in investigations, audit (financial, contract and developmental/information technology), digital forensics, and IT security.
Alan is an experienced trainer/presenter, having provided digital evidence training to Postal Inspector Basic Training classes for many years. He was also co-developer of the Postal Inspection Services Digital Evidence course for Postal Inspectors, and coordinated or assisted in coordinating training conferences for Forensic Computer Analysts during his tenure as a Program Manager for the Digital Evidence Unit.
He is a Certified Information Systems Auditor (CISA), current Director of ISACA, the Information Systems Audit and Control Association of RTP chapter and past 2nd Vice President of the Carolina chapter of HTCIA, which is the High Technology Crime Investigation Association.
The webinar will benefit
- Health Information Managers
- Healthcare Privacy Officers
- Healthcare Security Officers
- Chief Information Officers
- Healthcare Counsel/lawyers
- Chief Compliance Officers
- CEO, CFO, HIPAA Officers
- Healthcare Staff
Duration: 90 minutes
To enroll for this webinar, contact