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Strategies to Defend the Digital Healthcare Enterprise Against Patient Data Breaches 

Published By: Thales
Thales
Published:  Jul 13, 2017

The digitization of patient records has opened up new opportunities to improve patient outcomes and the efficiency of care delivery. However, electronic health records (EHRs) also pose significant risks for healthcare enterprises, as sensitive patient data is now exposed to more people and on more devices across the enterprise.

Watch expert Nancy Spizzo for an informative recorded webinar, where she'll use real-world examples to highlight best practices and dispel myths about patient data protection. Spizzo will also discuss current trends in healthcare data security and HIPAA enforcement.

Learning Objectives:

  • Describe security controls that hospitals and other enterprises are using to successfully defend against data breaches
  • Explain best practices for ensuring a secure and compliant posture
  • Summarize trends in healthcare digitization
  • Discuss real-time patient data protection that does not impact system performance
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About the Speaker

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Nancy Spizzo
Managing Director of Healthcare and Risk Assurance
Fortrex Technologies

As the Managing Director of Healthcare and Risk Assurance for Fortrex Technologies, Nancy Spizzo has over two decades of experience assisting clients with their risk management, policy and procedure, business associate management and healthcare compliance needs. Nancy understands the daily challenges in the health IT and organizational environment as she has spent much of her career implementing and improving technical systems, as well as the organizations that run them.  She draws upon her vast auditing experience across many different industries to ensure the risk analysis and related recommendations are appropriate to the organization.  She has performed risk analysis and assessments for hundreds of organizations. 

Nancy speaks to audiences regarding risk management and blogs on security audit topics. She is a certified HITRUST CCSFP and holds CISA, HCISPP, and CISSP certificates.  She is a graduate of the University of Texas at Arlington with a B.S. in Information Systems.   


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Charles Goldberg
Senior Director of Product Marketing
Thales e-Security

Charles started his career as a NASA research engineer and for the past 20 years has held a variety of roles across Sales Engineering, Product Management and Marketing in the networking and security industries. His current interests include securing data at rest because it has become easy prey for hackers and an area ripe for innovation.  He lives in Silicon Valley, has a BS in Electrical Engineering from NYU-Polytechnic and his MS in Computer Science from Johns Hopkins University.



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