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Privacy and Cybersecurity Risk, Compliance and Enforcement Affinity Group

 
The Privacy and Cybersecurity Risk, Compliance and Enforcement Affinity Group provides health data risk management, privacy, and security knowledge exchange focused on HIPAA along with other federal and state privacy laws, audit and enforcement actions, cybersecurity best practices, and other developments in this field.

Leadership

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Valerie B. Montague Chair Nixon Peabody LLP Chicago, IL (312) 977-4485 Email
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Thomas Ferrante Vice Chair - Research & Website Foley & Lardner LLP Tampa, FL (813) 225-4148 Email
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Matthew C. Henderson Vice Chair - Educational Programs Availity LLC Jacksonville, FL (904) 538-5480 Email
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Elizabeth F. Hodge Vice Chair - Publications Akerman LLP West Palm Beach, FL (561) 273-5503 Email
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Jeffrey W. Short Vice Chair - Membership Hall Render Killian Heath & Lyman PC Indianapolis, IN (317) 977-1413 Email

Enrollment

You must be a member of the Health Information and Technology Practice Group or a government, academic, or student member, or have paid for all-Practice Groups access to enroll in this Affinity Group. You will remain a member as long as you are a member of its sponsoring Practice Group or maintain membership in one of the aforementioned membership categories.

To enroll in this Affinity Group (or if you are not a member of the sponsoring Practice Group(s) and would like to join now), please contact the Member Satisfaction Center at msc@healthlawyers.org or (202) 833-1100, #2 or complete and return the enrollment form.

Special Resource: OCR/FTC HIT Enforcement Summary Table

Published on October 24, 2017

The table provides a summary of findings by the OCR regarding the violation of HIPAA privacy and security regulations by covered entities from July 2008-May 2017 (in two cases, findings were made and corrective action was taken by the FTC). The table provides information about the nature of the covered entity’s breach, OCR’s findings, the corrective action plans, and the resolution and/or the civil money penalty amount imposed on the breaching entity.

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