1st Talk Compliance features guest John Shegerian, Chairman and CEO of ERI, the largest cybersecurity-focused hardware destruction and electronic waste recycling company in the United States and co-author of the cybersecurity book, “The Insecurity of Everything” on the topic of “The Insecurity of Everything: The Vital Importance of Hardware Data Security.” He will share some of the latest information about the very real problem of hardware hacking in the world of healthcare and beyond and how that issue became even more serious during the pandemic, with so many people working from home. He will also be explaining critical information for health-related businesses to help them keep their private data – and the data of their patients and customers – protected!
Combatting Ransomware in Healthcare
1st Talk Compliance features guest William J McBorrough, co-Founder and Chief Security Advisor at MCGlobalTech, a D.C.-based Information Security Consulting Firm on the topic of “Combatting Ransomware in Healthcare.” William joins our host, Catherine Short to examine how ransomware attacks have impacted thousands of organizations worldwide with the healthcare sector having been the most targeted. Join us in a discussion of the state of ransomware in the healthcare sector and best practices to prepare your organization from the inevitable attacks.
How to Handle Document Retention & Destruction
1st Talk Compliance features guest Rachel V. Rose, JD, MBA, principal with Rachel V. Rose – Attorney at Law, P.L.L.C., Houston, TX, on the topic of “HIPAA and Beyond: Documentation Retention & Legal Holds.” This episode addresses laws that are relevant to healthcare industry participants, as well as compliance suggestions, and steps to take when either a legal hold or a preservation request arrives.
How to Prevent Employee Snooping and Insider Threats – Audio Version of the Webinar
Raymond Ribble is the CEO and Founder at SPHER, Inc. a market-leading compliance analytics, cyber-security solution addressing: HIPAA compliance, State Privacy Laws, and ePHI security threats and our presenter for this webinar. Snooping and Insider threats are exactly why user monitoring and ePHI access strategies are vital to the security of sensitive patient information and data protection. While it is an unsettling thought, not all cybersecurity incidents are traced from employee negligence. With so much attention and money surrounding cybersecurity in the healthcare industry, malicious employees may decide to purposefully disclose patient information. Since employees and contractors may have knowledge of your network setup, vulnerabilities, and access codes, snooping employees with malicious intent hold the key to exposing your organization to a series of unwanted risks and threats.
DMEPOS – CMS Compliance and Requirements Updates: Audio Version of the Webinar
Rachel V. Rose, JD, MBA, principal with Rachel V. Rose – Attorney at Law, P.L.L.C., Houston, TX presents this very timely subject for us. Durable medical equipment, prosthetics, orthotics and supplies (DMEPOS) includes an “entity or individual, including a physician or a Part A provider, which sells or rents Part B covered items to Medicare beneficiaries.” There are special payment rules associated with DMEPOS. DMEPOS products have to meet quality standards, DMEPOS suppliers need to be accepted by Medicare to participate (similar to providers), and are subject to fraud, waste, and abuse laws. The purpose of this webinar to provide an overview of participation and quality requirements, relay the latest compliance and requirements updates, and address False Claims Act cases involving DMEPOS companies.
Appreciating Extreme Risk Protection Orders and HIPAA
Rachel V. Rose, JD, MBA is a Principal with Rachel V. Rose – Attorney at Law, P.L.L.C. (Houston, TX), a frequent guest on our podcast, 1st Talk Compliance and she will lead the presentation Appreciating Extreme Risk Protection Orders and HIPAA at the upcoming Virtual Healthcare Compliance Symposium 2022 on April 28. Join us to earn CEUs and CLE from the comfort of your home or office.
Combating Ransomware in Healthcare: Audio Version of the Webinar
First Healthcare Compliance hosts William J McBorrough, co-Founder and Chief Security Advisor at MCGlobalTech, a Washington, D.C.-based Information Security Consulting Firm for an interactive discussion on “Combating Ransomware in Healthcare.” Ransomware attacks have impacted thousands of organizations worldwide. The healthcare sector has been the most targeted. Join in to discuss the state of ransomware in the healthcare sector in 2021 and best practices to prepare your organization from the inevitable attacks.
Why Healthcare Organizations Need to Take a New Approach to Cybersecurity & Data Privacy Training
Catherine Short speaks with Rebecca L. Rakoski, managing partner at XPAN Law Partners and Saj Naseem, Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) from NJ Courts on the topic of “Why Healthcare Organizations Need to Take a New Approach to Cybersecurity & Data Privacy Training.” On this episode, we will discuss how training, using traditional methods can cause greater liability and threats to an organization.
Recent Attacks on Data Security: The Stuff of Nightmares!
First Healthcare Compliance hosts Iliana L. Peters, Shareholder at Polsinelli PC, for an interactive discussion on “Recent Attacks on Data Security: The Stuff of Nightmares!” This presentation will include information on state law protections and expansions, thoughts regarding recent developments in cyber security issues like ransomware, and analysis of the greatest data privacy and security risks to companies in the current legal and regulatory environment.
Negotiations in Healthcare and Technology
Rachel V. Rose, JD, MBA, principal with Rachel V. Rose – Attorney at Law, P.L.L.C., Houston, TX and Bruce Lynskey, Co-Founder, Director, and Chief Executive Officer at ePrevenir will be presenting with us. Negotiating occurs in every facet of business and law. From contractual negotiations through settlement negotiations, it is a delicate dance. There are a variety of classic negotiation techniques, which include extreme posturing and “anchoring”. Healthcare and cybersecurity present unique challenges because of the looming exposure to a government investigation and either a civil and/or criminal action, even if a settlement is reached between two private parties. The purpose of this presentation is to provide approaches when negotiating contracts, settlements, and other items, which arise in healthcare and the cybersecurity industries.