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Cybersecurity: Top 5 Things You Can Do Tomorrow Morning to Protect Your Practice

Cybersecurity Webinar 1 CE Hour Available

CybersecurityDozens of ransomware variants extort smaller healthcare practices daily, leading to serious data breaches, cybersecurity issues and violations of federal HIPAA regulations.

Are you vulnerable, too?

These digital extortion attacks are associated with the proliferation of ransomware – malicious software that holds sensitive information hostage until a ransom fee is paid to the hacker in question. Attacks against big-name hospitals and government agencies often capture the headlines, but what isn’t publicized are the dozens of ransomware variants such as CryptoWall and Crypt0L0cker that extort smaller practices on a daily basis, leading to serious data breaches and violations of federal HIPAA regulation.

How do you protect your practice from a ransomware attack?

Cybersecurity & Digital Extortion – What You Need to Know

Methods for securing digital assets have changed as the use of technology has evolved to drive businesses’ value. Cloud and mobile solutions have extended organizations’ boundaries well past previously secured perimeters. The result? Systems and data have never been more vulnerable or at risk of attack. What’s more, the threats are changing daily, making the evaluation and purchase of IT security solutions a complicated and challenging endeavor.

Join us for a practical CYBERSECURITY 101 webinar for a list of immediate actions to easily protect your practice.

Webinar Event Details: Cybersecurity: Top 5 Things You Can Do Tomorrow Morning to Protect Your Practice

Cybersecurity and HIPAA Compliance Webinar

  • Where: 100% Online
  • When: Wednesday, May 23rd at 2pm Eastern (11am Pacific)
    Fully recorded and available 24/7 after the event to review anytime for 6 months from registration date
  • What: Live & recorded event includes access, slides, and handout
  • Cost: 1-CE Hour for $35
  • Register HERE

Learning Objectives

  • Understand why healthcare information is so valuable to hackers
  • List 3 safeguards you can implement against ransomware attacks using HIPAA compliance
  • Learn how to avoid data breaches in your practice
  • Identify what to do when a ransomware attack occurs
  • Learn effective ways to back-up your data in the case of a cyber-security incident

 

 

TBHI Faculty

Ransomware and HIPAA-Compliance Webinar

Dr. Maheu is a specialist in telebehavioral health practice and has been an industry leader in telebehavioral health since 1994. With four textbooks, dozens of book chapters and journal articles to her name, as well as having educated more than 20,000 clinicians, she is in a unique position to guide you or your organization in finding a maximally profitable niche in this rapidly expanding market. She is a master at getting to the point and answering your questions with clear, actionable, evidence-based suggestions both quickly and accurately.

 
Cyber Security Webinar

Marc Haskelson is the President and CEO of Compliancy Group. He has over 25 years of sales, marketing, compliance and operational leadership experience, and has held executive positions at Hearst Publications, Experian, and AT&T. He is an innovator who develops new products and solutions to address the challenges of the small and midsize market. Marc is the Chair of the CompTIA Business Applications Advisory Council and is a Visionary Level Contributor to the American Optometric Association Political Action Committee. He focuses his knowledge of compliance, technology, security, customer care, and payment processing on improving market inefficiencies.

 

HIPAA-Compliant WebinarThis program is for beginning and intermediate-level “telepractitioners” and “telesupervisors” wishing to deliver telebehavioral health services in these disciplines:

  • Psychiatrists, Internists, Pediatricians, Gerontologists, Nurses, Physician Assistants, Nurse Practitioners
  • Psychologists, Counselors, Social Workers, Therapists, Marriage & Family Therapists
  • Speech Pathologists, Dietitians, Occupational Therapists, Behavioral Analysts, Substance Use Professionals
  • CEOs, COOs, Administrators, Billing & Coding Staff
 

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