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Let’s Get Real: Creating a Practical Data Security Program

Let’s Get Real: Creating a Practical Data Security Program

Let’s Get Real: Creating a Practical Data Security Program

Julia Hesse and Sonia E Arista, CISM
Julia Hesse and Sonia E Arista, CISM
on behalf of Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society

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Let’s Get Real: Creating a Practical Data Security Program. CISO and legal experts will identify practical tactics for developing a data security program among disparate vendors by conducting and documenting risk assessments and application-specific security standards. They will summarize regulatory guidance on effective security standards and focus on the difference between a security incident and a data breach.

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Identify practical tactics for creating a data security program among disparate vendors
On completion of this course, the learner will be able to identify practical tactics for creating a data security program among disparate vendors
Discuss practical solutions for legal issues surrounding risk assessment, including documentation and contract drafting
On completion of this course, the learner will be able to discuss practical solutions for legal issues surrounding risk assessment, including documentation and contract drafting
Analyze regulatory guidance on effective data security standards
On completion of this course, the learner will be able to analyze regulatory guidance on effective data security standards
Identify practical tactics for conducting a data security risk assessment with application-specific security standards
On completion of this course, the learner will be able to identify practical tactics for conducting a data security risk assessment with application-specific security standards
Identify best practices for documenting risk assessments
On completion of this course, the learner will be able to identify best practices for documenting risk assessments
Julia Hesse and Sonia E Arista, CISM

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Julia Hesse and Sonia E Arista, CISM
on behalf of Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society

Julia Hesse is a graduate of Williams College and University of Pennsylvania Law School, and has practiced law for more than 15 years. She is a partner at the law firm Choate, Hall & Stewart in Boston. Earlier in her career, Ms. Hesse was a member of the healthcare group of Ropes & Gray LLP and was an Associate General Counsel at Tufts Medical Center. Julia Hesse has been listed in Best Lawyers in America, and named a Massachusetts Super Lawyers Rising Star. Chambers USA refers to Ms. Hesse as “incredibly smart and organized; outstanding research skills.” She is a member of the HIMSS legal task force, and past co-chair of the Boston Bar Association Health Law Section. Ms. Hesse is a frequent speaker and author on data privacy and security matters.

Sonia Arista is a seasoned Information Security and Information Technology specialist whose experience began in 1997. As a management consultant, she worked in the financial, healthcare, telecommunications and manufacturing verticals. Prior to joining GuidePoint, Sonia was the CISO for Tufts Medical Center and the Floating Hospital for Children and the CISO for New England Quality Care Alliance where she was responsible for the development and management of their respective Information Security programs. She also has served as a senior information technology program manager in developing and operationalizing various core operational and clinical functions. Sonia currently holds a CISM designation, is a HITRUST certified Practitioner, and has committee memberships with many nationally-recognized healthcare information technology security organizations.

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