Security for Privacy Professionals
November 3, 2015
12:00 - 1:30 PM ET
Live, Interactive, Online Session via Webex
Worm Rate Deadline: Oct. 2; Early-Bird Deadline: Oct. 16
What do privacy professionals need to know about security? Few privacy officers are security specialists but a solid grounding in information security is needed to ensure that personal health information is protected from unauthorized use, disclosure and destruction. This session will give a high level overview of the basic principles of information security, discuss how to work effectively with security specialists in your organization, and the use of the Threat and Risk Assessment (TRA) as a tool to manage privacy-related security risks. Resources for further study will be discussed.
The session covers the following topics and more...
- Information security - protecting data & IT assets, information security management, threat and risk assessment
- Ensuring confidentiality, availability & integrity
- Security and data-protection program considerations - people, process and technology
- Information security critical assets - data, services, hardware/software, personnel, intangible (eg. reputation, goodwill)
- Case Study
- Measuring Sensitivity, Asset Register & Statement of Sensitivity
- Threat Agents
- Information Security Program elements - written security policy, security organization, security risk assessment and plan to manage security risk
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