Coming to Terms with New Privacy Regulations
April 15, 2020
11am – 12:00pm CT
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This presentation will discuss how healthcare organizations, especially those with a multi-state footprint, can keep up with a deluge of privacy regulations — each one having, most likely, its own twists and nuances.
The California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) may be the first comprehensive data privacy law to go into effect in the United States, but all indications are that it isn’t going to be the last. At least 19 additional states have introduced similar laws which are in various stages of approval and others are seeking to amend their current consumer privacy laws to either expand their definition or requirements. Additionally, it has been mentioned that the United States is considering the establishment of federal consumer privacy laws.
This presentation will discuss how healthcare organizations, especially those with a multi-state footprint, can keep up with a deluge of privacy regulations — each one having, most likely, its own twists and nuances. George Jackson, a leading expert on healthcare information security and privacy and senior member of Clearwater's Consulting Services team, will provide an update on the National Institute of Standards and Technology's Privacy Engineering and Privacy Framework initiative which is designed to help organizations face the inevitable regulatory onslaught to come.
Session attendees will learn about:
- The NIST Privacy Framework’s features and benefits.
- The ISO/IEC 27002 for privacy information management.
- Assessing which privacy framework may best suit your organization.
- Developing a game plan to prepare for the challenges and complexities of upcoming consumer privacy laws.
George W. Jackson, Jr.
Senior Principal Consultant, Clearwater