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NYC Chapter Meeting - Securing High Risk Data

  • 16 Mar 2017
  • 12:00 PM - 1:30 PM (EDT)
  • Stroz Friedberg, located at 32 Avenue of the Americas # 1, New York, NY 10013

Join our experts for a discussion on recent privacy and security risks happening to health care information. Learn how enterprise digital rights management technology is helping to mitigate challenges in data security, information governance and audit compliance. This program will cover:

  • What types of information are considered "high-risk data"
  • How bad actors are creating these security risks
  • What the federal government is doing to warn about these risks
  • Best practices to avoid becoming a victim and how to mitigate risk
  • Recent malware and ransomware case studies
  • The value of medical information on the black market today
  • Recent health care cyberattacks and their outcomes
  • How to protect sensitive employee and client/customer data
  • The benefits of using EDRM technology for data security, information governance and compliance challenges
  • Defining data classification policies
  • Implementation strategies for information governance procedures
  • Internal and external compliance benefits using audit tracking logs

Our Speakers:

Kathryn Rattigan, Associate, Robinson & Cole LLP

Lisa Harchuck Popadic, Director of Legal Business Development, Seclore Technology

Lunch will be sponsored by Seclore. The presentation is pending NY CLE approval.

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