We will take an in-depth look into how ransomware and patient identity theft is impacting practices across the US. Practices often have a false sense of security that their IT vendor is providing adequate security to mitigate the risks of a data breach. We will discuss the differences between IT vendors and cybersecurity companies and why practices should engage with a cybersecurity company to provide protection from the advanced threats that are affecting practices. HIPAA compliance can be a challenging and time-consuming endeavor for most practices. Learn effective and efficient ways of implementing HIPAA in your practice.
Protect your practice from ransomware attacks
Recognize the differences between IT companies and cybersecurity companies
Identify technologies and solutions that can help minimize the chances of a cyberattack
Effectively implement HIPAA Compliance
Gary has over 27 years of experience in software development and computer IT. He started his career designing software specifically engineered for oral surgeons. He built a sizeable company and, in 2000, developed one of the very first “cloud” based practice management system with over 1,000 users logging in on a daily basis.
As CEO of Black Talon Security, Gary oversees the day-to-day activities of the company while developing and maintaining strategic business alliances. Gary regularly leads training and educational workshops on the latest trends in data security, particularly as they relate to the healthcare field.
Speaker Disclosure: Consultant: Black Talon Security
Length of session: The session is scheduled for 75 minutes.
Price: $0 for Members
Continuing Education: Each participant who completes the Webinar will earn 1.25 CE for the entire session.
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