GCC HIMSS Webinar: Navigating the Increasing Risks to Healthcare Data Security

May 11, 12:30pm, CDT - 1:30pm, CDT


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2014 was labeled as the “Year of the Breach.” But those that received all the publicity were attacks directed at the major retailers or media companies. As noted in a Washington Post article, this year “2015 is already the year of the health-care hack – and it’s only going to get worse.”1

With a host of regulations now being enforced, including HIPAA and HITECH, a data breach can have substantial legal and financial consequences.

But it doesn’t have to be this way. On May 11th, join Stephen Treglia, Legal Counsel at Absolute Software and former Assistant DA, Chief of the Technology Crime Unit in New York, for an in-depth look at:

  • Evolution of and future outlook of healthcare privacy regulation
  • Techniques to implement pre-emptive mobile data security
  • Risk response measures to avoid significant security incidents
  • Securing Healthcare devices throughout their lifecycle  
 1 http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/the-switch/wp/2015/03/20/2015-is-already-the-year-of-the-health-care-hack-and-its-only-going-to-get-worse/



Stephen Treglia, Legal Counsel, Absolute Software

He joined Absolute in November of 2010, following a 30-year career as a prosecutor in New York. He handled cybercrime investigations in the New York metropolitan area for the last 15 of those years, heading one of the world’s first technology crime units for the final 14 of those years. During the 10 years prior to that he handled and prosecuted major organized crime investigations.

Upon retiring from law enforcement, he joined Absolute as Legal Counsel to the Investigations Section. Stephen oversees the efforts of Investigations staff of 37 investigators and data analysis who collectively have over 900 years of prior law enforcement experience. The Investigations staff recovers mobile devices stolen from Absolute’s customers and Stephen sees that they do so compliant with relevant privacy laws worldwide. To date, the Investigations staff has recovered over 35,000 stolen mobile devices from 112 countries, utilizing their association with over 7500 current law enforcement agencies.

In January of 2013, Stephen assumed the responsibility of HIPAA Compliance Officer for Investigations, and in April of 2015, he received his HealthCare Information Security and Privacy Practitioner certification from the International Information Systems Security Certification Consortium.

Geoff Glave, Senior Product Manager, Absolute Software

Geoff Glave is a leading Senior Product Manager and resident subject matter expert on endpoint security with Absolute Software. He plays a key role in steering business requirements into products and feature sets that define Absolute’s application while working with Absolute’s customer-facing and development teams. Geoff has worked in software product management for 15 years. Prior to joining Absolute, Geoff developed administrative tools with a Fortune-1000 eLearning company.