Posted by: HealthITGuru
Data privacy, Data security, HIPAA
An Exclusive ecfirst Signature Webcast 11/10:
NEWPORT BEACH, CALIFORNIA, USA – November 10, 2010: Organizations are increasingly considering applying the ISO 27000 international security standards, NIST and PCI DSS Standards to comply with various U.S. federal (e.g. HIPAA, HITECH Data Breach and Meaningful Use) and state regulations (CA, MA, others).
The ISO 27000 is a global standard that provides a comprehensive framework that organizations can adopt to address compliance requirements and establish a resilient information infrastructure. NIST Standards provide a terrific opportunity for businesses to establish their policies, plans and procedures for security capabilities and controls. ISO 27000, NIST & PCI Standards provide best practice recommendations on information security management, risks and controls within the context of an overall enterprise compliance and security program.
Examine how to apply the ISO 27000, NIST and PCI DSS Standards to address critical federal and state privacy and security requirements.
In this session, you will learn about:
- The ISO 27000 global information security standard and its application to compliance mandates
- The NIST Special Publication guidance and standard publication critical to address incident management, contingency planning and other regulatory requirements
- State regulations for privacy and security, with emphasis on California and Massachusetts, and the application of ISO 27000, NIST & PCI DSS to address critical requirements
- Getting started with a checklist to establish the foundation for a comprehensive information security program to address HITECH and HIPAA mandates for data breach management and Meaningful Use (risk analysis)
Ali Pabrai, chief executive of ecfirst is a highly sought after information security and compliance expert. He is also author of the executive brief Cyber Security Strategy: The 4 Laws of Information Security. Pabrai was the first to launch a program focused on global information security regulations, the Certified Security Compliance SpecialistTM (CSCSTM) program. The CSCSTM program addresses PCI DSS, FISMA, ISO 27000, FISMA and other security regulations and standards.
Mr. Pabrai’s clients have included hundreds of hospitals, payer organizations, long term care facilities, Microsoft, HP, Symantec, Kemin, Ernst&Young, Elkay, Intuit, Pella, Principal Financial, U.S. Department of Veteran Affairs, as well as numerous federal, state and county governments.
Webcast Date: November 10, 2010 @ 11 am central. Register @ www.ecfirst.com.
For more information, please contact: John Schelewitz– John.Schelewitz@ecfirst.com — 480.663.3225