Drexel CSI

Drexel University Cyber Security Institute Symposium

The Anatomy of a Healthcare Data Breach

Protecting Patient Data Before and After a Breach

4A-Security and Compliance

Listen in and join the discussion as this panel of industry leaders reveal what a continuous security and compliance model looks like. The panel of experts in information security, HIPAA-HITECH compliance and healthcare big data analytics systems design, will discuss the steps they take to prevent breaches and protect healthcare information, even in the event of a breach, with a forensics expert, a breach attorney and a cyber-insurance specialist who have had to pick up the pieces after a PHI breach has occurred.

The discussion will be framed in the increasingly complex ecosystem of Healthcare IT, where information sharing is an essential component of achieving desired outcomes as well as the emerging compensation model.

Date:             Thursday, October 16, 2014

Time:            12:00 - 2:00 p.m.

Location:    Drexel University

                       Paul Peck Alumni Center

                       Southeast Corner of 32nd & Market Streets

                       Philadelphia, PA

Note:            Lunch will be sponsored by Lightbeam Health Solutions

   Lightbeam Health Solutions

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Lisa Clark                    Partner, Duane Morris LLP,

Joshua Ladeau          Practice Lead - Privacy & Network Security, Allied World Insurance Company

Thomas Langer         Assistant Director, Cyber Investigations, Kivu Consulting

Charles Mann            Healthcare Practice, Trend Micro

Jay Orler                     Vice President, Security and Infrastructure, Lightbeam Health Solutions

Paul Rosovsky           Vice President, Healthcare Compliance, 4A Security

About the Moderator:

Ben Goodman is President of 4A Security and Compliance. 4A Security is focused on helping the Healthcare Industry comply with the security and privacy requirements of HIPAA-HITECH, Meaningful Use and other federal and state regulations. In addition to helping healthcare organizations assess their cyber risk and protect their information assets, 4A Security helps organizations develop Cyber Risk Management strategies that build organizational resilience across the enterprise.  Ben has worked in and around the technology industry for over two decades and he is a member of the Casualty Actuarial Society Cyber Risk Task Force, OWASP, ISACA, the Cloud Security Alliance, and the Information Systems Security Association.

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