Thursday, May 29, 2008
8:00 am - 12:00 noon
Colorado Hospital Association Conference Center
According to a recent Denver Business Journal article, data theft has become an epidemic with a rising tide of lawsuits as a result. Many states, including Colorado, have enacted legislation requiring businesses, including healthcare providers, to take affirmative steps to notify "victims" of information system security breaches. All of this can have significant financial and public relations consequences for healthcare facilities. The program will cover what is going on in the world of information systems and data theft, how you may be vulnerable and strategies for responding to incidents and reducing your risk.
This program is designed for CEOs, CFOs, CIOs, CNOs, human resources directors and medical records directors.
Rick Dakin, President and Senior Security Strategist, Coalfire Systems
William H. Fischer, Of Counsel, Holland & Hart LLP
William L. Taylor, Of Counsel, Holland & Hart LLP
Register online at www.cha.com by May 20, 2008.
Click here to view the program brochure.