(Recorded Webinar) Cybersecurity in Health Care: Snapshot of Threats, Required Practices, and Recommended Strategies
Numerous cybersecurity incidents in recent years have shown the health care industry's increasing susceptibility to data breaches and ever-expanding cyber threats. Join Michael Golde and Ty Kayam as they discuss cybersecurity issues for health care providers and strategies to minimize the most common threats to cybersecurity. In particular, this webinar will:
- Examine the current legal frameworks and related governmental actions on cybersecurity relevant to health care providers;
- Identify common cybersecurity vulnerabilities and threats using real-world examples of incidents in health care; and
- Discuss proactive measures for health care providers to prepare for and safeguard against cybersecurity threats.
- Understand federal laws and governmental actions related to health care cybersecurity.
- Recognize types of cyber threats and understand required and recommended procedures for incident response.
- Identify best practices to protect against and prevent cyber threats.
Currently serving the firm in an of counsel role, Mike concentrates his practice in advising and counseling health care and nonprofit organizations, including many Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHCs), on business transactions and regulatory matters. He regularly advises FQHCs and other health care providers across the country on complex issues related to health care delivery and collaborative affiliations keeping clients apprised of ever-changing laws and regulations. Mike’s subject matter expertise is quite broad, encompassing: federal grants, including Public Health Service grants, and grant-related requirements for health care services; federal health care fraud and abuse law; graduate medical education; clinical research; the Federal Tort Claims Act; non-profit corporation law; the HIPAA Privacy Rule; and information technology/systems contracting. [FULL BIO]
In the Health Law practice group, Ty focuses on regulatory and transactional matters for health care organizations, including business law and governance, health privacy and security, billing and reimbursement, fraud and abuse, telehealth, and EHR/IT contracting. In the Federal Grants practice group, Ty concentrates on intellectual property and life sciences issues, including information management and protection of human research subjects. [FULL BIO]
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