HIP, HIP, HIPAA, Part 2 – Jordan Wiseman – SCW #79
We'll start with a brief discussion of what HIPAA and is not (e.g., it's doesn't prevent your employer from ask you about your health). Then discuss recent developments like ongoing how ransomware attacks are targeting healthcare and, when successful, are reportable breaches; and the recent final rule on interoperability and information blocking that went into effect on April 5th.
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Jordan is an information, technology, and security expert who has spent more than 23 years removing barriers, improving security, and making lives better through technology. He combines practical technology experience with modern business skills to protect people and data. Jordan is highly knowledgeable in information security strategy, assessment, and design; experienced in cloud-based security, compliance, and integration; and an expert in information risk assessment, remediation, planning, and management.
Currently, Jordan is a Principal Consultant with Online Business Systems’ Risk, Security, and Privacy team where he works with clients in several sectors as a VCISO, as a guide for cloud security and compliance, and as an advisor and assessor for PCI, P2PE, ePHI, and other personal data privacy.