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Watch Online: Cybersecurity Institute Symposium, "Anatomy of a Healthcare Data Breach"

October 30, 2014

On Thursday, October 16, 2014 at Drexel University’s Paul Peck Alumni Center, a panel of industry leaders and experts in information security, HIPAA-HITECH compliance and healthcare big data analytics systems design gathered as part of the Drexel University Cybersecurity Institute’s symposium: “The Anatomy of a Healthcare Data Breach: Protecting Patient Data Before and After a Breach,” moderated by 4A Security president, Ben Goodman. The panelists—including a forensics expert, a breach attorney and a cyber-insurance specialist who have experience with PHI breaches—discussed how to prevent breaches and protect healthcare information.

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Panelists

Lisa Clark, partner, Duane Morris LLP
Elgan Jones, director of forensics, Kivu Consulting
Joshua Ladeau, practice lead - privacy & network security, Allied World Insurance Company
Charles Mann, regional manager, healthcare, Trend Micro
Jay Orler, vice president, security and infrastructure, Lightbeam Health Solutions
Paul Rosovsky, vice president, healthcare compliance, 4A Security

About the Moderator
Ben Goodman is president of 4A Security and Compliance. 4A Security is focused on helping the healthcare industry comply with the security and privacy requirements of HIPAA-HITECH, meaningful use and other federal and state regulations. In addition to helping healthcare organizations assess their cyber risk and protect their information assets, 4A Security helps organizations develop cyber risk management strategies that build organizational resilience across the enterprise. Ben has worked in and around the technology industry for over two decades and he is a member of the Casualty Actuarial Society Cyber Risk Task Force, OWASP, ISACA, the Cloud Security Alliance and the Information Systems Security Association.