Healthcare Cybersecurity: New HSCC Guidance, Managing Threats, Protecting Patients, Responding to Breaches
Recording of a 90-minute CLE webinar with Q&A
This CLE webinar will guide healthcare counsel on managing, preserving and protecting the security of healthcare data. The panel will examine the new Health Sector Coordinating Council (HSCC) guidance on cybersecurity protections and discuss managing and responding to cyber attacks and data breaches. The panel will offer best practices for regulatory compliance and reducing liability risk.
- HSCC guidance
- Cybersecurity Practices Guidance (released Dec. 2018)
- Joint Security Plan (released Jan. 2019)
- Data breach risk management
- Responding to cybersecurity attacks and data breaches
- Regulatory compliance
The panel will review these and other key questions:
- What strategies can healthcare counsel employ to identify and manage cyber risks?
- What measures should healthcare providers take to ensure compliance with privacy and security requirements?
- What steps should healthcare providers and their counsel take in response to a data breach to mitigate damages?
Executive Director, CEO
Mr. Barrett has 10 years leading healthcare professional services organizations, including PricewaterhouseCoopers,... | Read More
Mr. Barrett has 10 years leading healthcare professional services organizations, including PricewaterhouseCoopers, SAIC, and Covansys, and has 20 years in senior management roles in payer organizations, including MassMutual, Travelers and Aetna. He speaks nationally on a variety of e-Health/e-Commerce and industry topics and is involved in a number of industry coalitions promoting the use and implementation of both administrative and clinical transactions. He continues to work on key e-Health industry initiatives that lay the foundation for health information technology.Close
Sharon R. Klein
Ms. Klein chairs the firm’s Privacy, Security and Data Protection practice and leads both the Technology practice... | Read More
Ms. Klein chairs the firm’s Privacy, Security and Data Protection practice and leads both the Technology practice and the Digital Health practice. She handles a variety of matters, in particular, helping technology and outsourcing clients grow and succeed. She advises businesses on planning, drafting and implementing privacy, security and data protection policies and “best practices,” compliance with applicable laws, regulations and rules, and crisis management and litigation strategies for non-compliance.Close