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Join Zoe Lindsey, Regional Director of Duo Security and April Sage, Director Healthcare Vertical of Online Tech for an informative webinar on how to secure access to confidential health information in a cost effective and scalable way without interrupting your users’ workflow.
Title: Achieving Cost-Effective, Scalable and Secure PHI Access Without Workflow Disruption
When: Tuesday, July 23 @2PM ET
Description: Passwords are flawed; they are shared among users, easy to guess, and increasingly easy to breach. Two-factor authentication (using two different types of authentication), provides a higher level of security and assurance. Two-factor authentication is now offered by the Department of Health & Human Services/Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) as guidance for remotely accessing electronic protected health information (ePHI) for entities that must adhere to the HIPAA security regulations.
The vulnerability of static passwords has led to a wide range of regulatory provisions mandating the use of two-factor authentication to secure remote access to sensitive or private information, such as PHI, NIST, PCI and more.
Historically, costs and scalability issues have limited the use of two factor authentication to very small implementations for users with the most privileged access. Workplace trends and new technology are changing that.
Also, don’t miss our upcoming webinar on Tuesday, July 16 – Why Is It So Hard to Secure a Company? with Adam Goslin, COO of High Bit Security as he discusses the latest information on cyber-theft, and the very real security challenges all businesses face.
For a complete guide to HIPAA technical, administrative and physical security, read our HIPAA Compliant Hosting white paper. This white paper explores the impact of HITECH and HIPAA on data centers. It includes a description of a HIPAA compliant data center IT architecture, contractual requirements, benefits and risks of data center outsourcing, and HIPAA hosting vendor selection criteria.
Zoe Lindsey, Regional Director, Enterprise Sales at Duo Security
Zoe has worked in tech for years, and came to Duo with a background in cellular and medical technology. Ever since getting her first Commodore64 at age 10, her passion has drawn her back again and again to working with technology and information. Zoe works with her team to introduce Duo to as many new users as possible — she has assisted surgical centers, general hospitals, and specialty clinic to implement two-factor authentication solutions.
April Sage, Director of Healthcare Vertical Online Tech
April Sage has been involved in the IT industry for over two decades, initially founding a technology vocational program. In 2000, April founded a bioinformatics company that supported biotech, pharma, and bioinformatic companies in the development of research portals, drug discovery search engines, and other software systems. Since then, April has been involved in the development and implementation of online business plans and integrated marketing strategies across insurance, legal, entertainment, and retail industries until her current position as Director, Healthcare Vertical of Online Tech.
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