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May - Two Topic Event
 
HIPAA Compliance: Not Just for Healthcare Anymore
&
21st Century Challenges in End of Life IT Asset Management
 
Afternoon Seminar


Date: Wednesday, May 14, 2014
Presenter: Angie Singer Keating, CEO Reclamere
CPEs: 4
Location: Highmark, Inc.
1800 Center Street
Camp Hill, PA. 17011
Member Cost: $25*
Non-Member Cost: $40*
 *Payments via cash,check, and credit card
Registration & Hot Lunch: 12:30 p.m. - 1:00 p.m.
Program: 1:00 p.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Note:

Please be prepared to provide a valid photo ID to the Guard/Receptionist upon entering the facility.
 


Seminar Highlights

HIPAA Compliance: Not Just for Healthcare Anymore
The HIPAA Final Omnibus Rule became law 3/26/2013 with enforcement that began 9/23/2013. The largest cause of data breaches is poor Business Associate (BA) (vendor) security. HIPAA now requires BA's to implement security, privacy, and data breach policies and procedures in compliance with the law. Covered Entities (CE) (healthcare providers, insurers, etc.) are directly responsible for performing due diligence to ensure BA's are compliant. IT Asset Managers need to know the parts of HIPAA that directly regulate ITAM, as well as how to perform due diligence on BA's in accordance with HIPAA to protect their organizations from fines, penalties, and criminal charges.

Key points:
What is the HIPAA Final Omnibus Rule?
Does the HIPAA Final Omnibus Rule Apply to My Company?
What is a the Difference Between a Business Associate and a Vendor?
Why are Business Associates the Weakest Link?
Good HIPAA Compliance Equals Good Security Controls
How Can I Help My Healthcare Clients?
How Can I Help My Clients Who Service Healthcare Customers?

21st Century challenges in End of Life IT Asset Management
New technologies and devices have created new and significant challenges for end-of-life asset management. Every data protection law, guideline, regulation, and standard requires destruction of data at the end of life. What is the best way to handle solid state drives? What impact will BYOD have on current practices? Can Secure Erase or Cryptographic Erase be relied upon to perform as expected? All of these questions and more will be answered at this session.



About the Speaker

Angie Singer Keating is CEO at Reclamere, Inc. One of the co-founders of Reclamere, she was the chief architect of the proprietary data destruction system used by Reclamere which includes the only forensically sound quality control process for 100% of all hard drives. Reclamere's data recovery and forensic labs were designed by Ms. Keating for maximum security and outfitted with state-of-the-industry tools. Her certifications are: Information Systems Auditor(CISA), Information Privacy Professional(CIPP), Information Security Manager(CISM), Risk and Information Systems Control(CRISC),

Angie is actively involved with NAID, the National Association for Information Destruction, serving on the Board of Directors, the Certification Rules Committee Chairperson, and co-Chairperson of the Solid-State Destruction Research Task Force. Keating proudly serves as Adjunct Faculty for the Pennsylvania Bar Institute. She has taught dozens of hours of Continuing Legal Education (CLE) courses in Forensics, E-Discovery, and Information Security.

Follow Angie on Twitter @VeepGeek. To get timely Legal IT, Forensics, and Security updates, add Angie to your professional network.

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