Most IT executives know that, despite taking all prudent measures, breaches are going to happen. And these days those breaches are sometimes followed by lawsuits (recently reaching class-action status). Even short of lawsuits, OCR or another entity could always come calling for one reason or another, demanding an intense look around. So what’s a CIO or CISO to do? Skate to the puck, that’s what. In this timely webinar, we’ll hear from leaders who have put time and energy into understanding the complexities of securing patient data as well as running the kind of IT shop that can respond to audit inquiries while continuing to protect the enterprise.
Developing Optimal Policies & Relationships to Deal with Insider Privacy Breaches
One of the most serious compliance issues CIOs and CISOs deal with are insider privacy breaches. And, not surprisingly, all such breaches are not alike. At a high level, they break down into malicious versus non-malicious, giving IT executives two paths to go down as they address the infraction. Beyond that, the issues can be dealt with in any number of ways, but all of those will see the IT executive working with their peers in privacy, compliance, HR and legal (and, if warranted, outside law enforcement). In this timely webinar, we’ll hear from leaders who have thought through just how best to deal with insider breaches to optimize prevention, detection and remediation.