Held Hostage

The Upset of Ransomware and Malicious Attacks

Session Options:

03/29 Wed 9a-11a Breakfast
05/17 Wed 11a-1p Lunch
08/23 Wed 4p-6p Happy Hour
10/12 Thu 3p-4:30p High Tea
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Workshop Location:

Keane Insurance [Map]
135 W Adams Ave, Kirkwood, MO 63122

Best For:

Practice Managers • Privacy Officers
Security Officers • Compliance Directors
Previous and New Attendees
You’ve probably heard about the recent attack on the St. Louis County Library, but how much do you really know about ransomware, malware, and other potential assaults against your valuable – and critical – patient data?

How easily can a hacker gain access to your organization’s computers? What about the computers and devices your employees use at home? If attacked, how would you proceed? Should you pay? Would you then be able to access your data? If hacked, what does that mean for HIPAA compliance? What procedures and steps should be followed? Do you have a plan in place? Or better yet, have you taken preventative measures to reduce risk and speed recovery?

You don’t want to have to answer these questions for first time during an incident. Register today for Held Hostage: The Upset of Ransomware and Malicious Attacks and protect your practice with knowledge.

Workshop Objectives:

  • Learn how hackers gain access to consumer and business computers
  • Explore preventative measures businesses reduce risks
  • Discuss the technology available to prevent, detect and recover
  • Make a response plan in case of attacked
  • Add to your HIPAA binder

Practical Information

HIPAA Workshops are unique, hands-on learning opportunities. Bring your questions and leave with a list of actionable items to improve your HIPAA compliance procedures.

Real Live People

Gather with your colleagues to listen and learn, but also to discuss, share and interact. Learn from our experts, but also from each other as they share their experiences and successful practices.

Multiple Perspectives

We offer a unique balance of information backed by IT, legal, and risk-mitigation experts who are ready to share their local knowledge and answer your specific questions.

Training Certificate

Remember! You need to document your ongoing education and compliance training. You will receive a "Certificate of Completion" after each HIPAA Workshop that you attend.