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For Better or Worse and Security Duties

Securing your practice

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Description

As cyber-attacks continue, protecting your investment is critical.Β Β Cybersecurity professionals have started emphasizing the role of the organizational culture. More than anti-virus software and firewalls, the employee perception of threats and the individual notions of cybersecurity are playing an increasing role in keeping an organization and its digital assets secure.

Learning Objectives

1.

Examine techniques that hackers are using to attack

2.

Strategize how to create a culture of security in your practice

3.

Learn how a culture of security will affect your practice.

Details

2 hours

Qualifies for CE

  • Lecture,

Is Your Practice Secure? Security in Practice.

Learn how to best protect your patients and your business

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Description

Cyber-attacks are a real threat to a private. Recent estimations report that a ransomware attack occurs every 11 seconds in the US. Data breaches can prove very costly for a private practice – both financially and for the doctor’s reputation. The Office of Civil Rights, the enforcers of HIPAA, describe the requirements if HIPAA Security Rule as the “floor” of what is required of practices to protect their patient’s information. In addition to HIPAA, practices are subject to a host of other state and federal privacy and security laws.

Learning Objectives

1.

Understanding of current and emerging risks.

2.

Walk through key components of HIPAA.

3.

Discovering how the Cybersecurity framework brings compliance.

4.

Discuss how myths and misconceptions of compliance have negatively affected privacy and information security programs and puts practices at risk

Details

Qualifies for CE

  • Hands-on,
  • Lecture,
  • Workshop,

Security Brings Compliance!

Creating a Safe Harbor

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Description

Does your practice have a written step by step guide for cybersecurity as required by HIPAA? If not, this workshop is for you! On January 5, 2021, HR7898 was signed into law which creates a safe harbor for when a practice has a cyber-attack, but only if they have a documented Security Management Plan that is approved by National Institute of Standards and Technologies (NIST). The Cyber Security Framework is a scalable and NIST approved framework. This workshop provides a step by step guide for establishing a Cybersecurity Program and meets the NIST framework and will bring your practice into HIPAA compliance.

Learning Objectives

1.

Review HIPAA and other regulatory updates for 2021 that practices should be aware of.

2.

Gain an understanding of new and emerging security risks

3.

Overview of the NIST Cybersecurity framework

4.

Step-by-step through establishing a Cybersecurity Program and meet compliance.

Details

2 hours

Qualifies for CE

  • Hands-on,
  • Keynote,
  • Lecture,
  • Workshop,