Developing a data encryption strategy for health care

Developing a data encryption strategy for health care

Date: Dec 13, 2011

Keeping up with changes to HIPAA compliance is no easy task. The use of data encryption in health care is a great way to boost the security of personal health information (PHI) and avoid having to report a data breach, if one occurs.

But there are many options for data encryption. The first step is to develop a sound data encryption strategy that determines what, when and how to encrypt. In this executive webcast, security expert Ali Pabrai, chief executive of ecfirst Corp., explains how providers and health care organizations can begin developing a data encryption strategy to help protect the PHI of their patients.

Let us know what you think about the video; email Jean DerGurahian, Executive Editor.

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