Case Study: Making the Right Investment in Security
February 21, 2017 — 02:30PM - 03:30PM EST
Orange County Convention Center
2016 brought multiple high-profile breaches and cyberattacks, including many that disrupted healthcare organizations’ ability to provide basic care. With a plethora of highly-automated, information-reliant technology being used in healthcare organizations nationwide, the industry simply cannot afford not to invest in security measures that protect both their businesses and their patients.
Presenters will explain to attendees that mere HIPAA compliance does not constitute a comprehensive privacy and security program and describe how OCR can and should offer guidance for providers in knowing what, where, when and how to invest in security to meet evolving threats and demands. More importantly, presenters will discuss what healthcare organizations should be doing today to ensure they are making the right investments in data security drawing from a real-world case study.
Assess the current healthcare security landscape and efficacy of the enforcement environment
Describe what efforts are required by OCR to encourage provider due diligence in security
Calculate appropriate provider investment in security infrastructure
Identify best practices for security investment and cyber defense drawing from a case study