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RADAR is an enterprise software solution for managing security and privacy incident response providing data breach guidance and operational workflow (to simplify compliance and reduce risks of future breaches).Read More »
Have you noticed we don’t go anywhere without our phones? We rarely go to bed without it, we walk, run, and drive everywhere with it. It seems to be a third limb for some people. This phenomenon occurred to me about a year ago when I went outside and noticed that every person had their phone attached to them. I realized we can’t go outside, or go anywhere for that matter, without our phone, without the fear of missing something important.Read More »
If you knew thieves would break into your house, you would take immediate steps to secure it, right? That’s not the case for organizations that face security risks, according to the Ponemon Institute’s recent report, The State of Data Centric Security, that was recently covered in an SC Magazine articleRead More »
As usual it was great to meet up in Philadelphia for this annual conference to see old friends and make many new ones. As a long-time attendee and speaker, I can confirm that it is a good time for us to catch up on the latest and greatest in the cyber insurance space.Read More »
To be honest, I am impressed with Florida’s new Information Protection Act of 2014. Also referred to as FIPA, FIPA went into effect July 1, 2014 and starts a new wave of positive, future change for Florida.Read More »
States typically amend their breach notification laws bust Florida repealed its law and passed a more comprehensive law. The newly signed Florida Information Protection Act of 2014, which will take effect on July 1, 2014, Florida joins the ranks of states that require businesses to safeguard individuals’ health inform by extending its definition of personal information (PI) to any information regarding an individual’s medical history, mental or physical condition, or medical treatment or diagnosis by health care professional, health insurance policy number or subscriber identification number and any unique identifier used by a health insurer to identify the individual.Read More »
Organizations across industries are facing increased public attention and regulatory scrutiny in light of high profile data breach incidents. While the Target’s of the world get more publicity than they’d ever hoped for, what lies beneath all of this is that for every one very public Target security incident, there are hundreds, if not thousands, of security incidents involving regulated data (specifically personal information) that are “near misses”. The one’s that happened, but due to good fortune or effective efforts did not result in an incident that is categorized as a “data breach”, which then requires a public disclosure for all to see.Read More »
Healthcare organizations and business associates may soon be hearing from the Health and Human Resources (HHS) Office for Civil Rights (OCR), as the agency prepares to conduct a new phase of audits. Scheduled to begin in the fall, OCR Audits Phase 2 will be conducted by the OCR itself and will focus on high-risk areas and enforcement.Read More »
The 2014 Blue National Summit is the premier BCBSA conference of the year, assembling Blue Cross Blue Shield professionals from across the multi-faceted network to share best practices, gather insights and information, as well as speak to current trends. This conference is the only all-Blue event that brings together professionals from all 37 Blue Plans from virtually every discipline.Read More »
Is a data breach really that bad? Well, yes and no. It’s terrible that a breach occurred, but how you respond is what counts. It’s just like any problem. Your solution and response can turn everything around or your lack of response can create a bigger mess down the road, causing you to rethink your initial response. We have all seen it. (As consumers, we ask, why didn’t you just tell us what happened? Be honest.)Read More »
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