We invite you to attend our free Privacy and Security Incident Response Workshop on Thursday, August 16th in Denver. During this interactive, three-hour educational workshop, industry expert David Holtzman will draw on his firsthand experience to describe the important role privacy and compliance play in responding to an incident, while John Nye will weigh in from a security perspective. David will also provide a summary of the new Colorado Data Protection requirements that will take effect in September.
Together, they will provide case study examples demonstrating the importance of the various stakeholders in an organization working together when responding to an incident. Attendees will leave better prepared to develop a comprehensive response for the day when the unthinkable happens to their organization. Attendees will also take away best practices for a proactive incident response plan.
Topics covered include:
Real-world examples and case study
The business case for a strong incident response process
Best practices for creating an incident response playbook
Steps to assess if an incident requires HIPAA breach notification
Requirements beyond HIPAA for the new Colorado Data Protection and Breach Notification Law (HB 18-1128)
Interactive roundtable response exercise
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Why You Should Attend
- Ponemon Institute’s research found that the average total cost of a data breach went from $3.62 to $3.86 million, an increase of 6.4 percent from 2017.
- Healthcare is being targeted by malware and ransomware, and understanding the threat is the first step to be able to respond to an incident.
- Understanding the impact of an incident on the entire organization is critical to assuring the appropriate response plan is in place.
- Security measures have to be proactive rather than reactive.
- 78% of providers experienced a healthcare ransomware or malware attack in 2017.
- Cyber incident response cannot be adequately addressed by IT alone in today’s regulatory environment.
- The largest healthcare data breaches from 2017 that were reported to OCR were mainly caused by hacking or IT incidents, including ransomware attacks.
- 98% of healthcare providers have not implemented the email authentication standard that reduces phishing emails.
- What Could Go Wrong?
- War Stories
- Why Have an Incident Response Plan
- Purpose of an Incident Response Plan
- Who Needs to be Involved?
- Lunch (provided)
- Planning & Creating an Incident Response Playbook
- Documentation & Breach Assessment
- Making the Business Case for the Incident Response Plan
Who Should Attend
- Privacy Officers & Analysts
- Security Officers & Analysts
- Chief Compliance Officers & Analysts
- CIOs, CISOs, ISOs
- IT Directors
- HIM Directors
- Legal Professionals
- C-Suite Stakeholders
What Past Attendees are Saying
I appreciate an organization that is willing to share information for free. Those that have little to give keep what little they have close. However when you are willing to share for free, there is more to be had and they are truly at the top of their field.
“Thank you so much for the chance to attend this event. It was a great program, well presented and the appropriate length of time. I look forward to participating again in the future.”