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Thursday, 07 April 2011 07:23

Written by Gen321 Staff

The March 2011 Second Annual Study on Medical Identity Theft conducted
by Ponemon Institute LLC reveals medical identity theft is on the rise. 

Webinar: Tuesday April 26 @ 2p EST
Register now 
to receive a copy of:
Second Annual Survey on Medical Identity Theft
by Ponemon Institute LLC.

While consumers grasp the importance of protecting their medical and personal
 information, few individuals take the necessary precautions to avoid medical
identity theft.

Join us as Dr. Larry Ponemon presents his findings. The purpose of the research
was to
determine the evolving pervasiveness of medical identity theft and how it
affects American consumers.

It also shows how recent healthcare legislation and the government's plan to create a
national database to house healthcare records might affect the security of consumers'
medical records.

Key takeaways from this presentation will be:

  • The need for healthcare reform communication and education
  • Common causes of medical identity theft and how to resolve it
  • Data breach effects on the rate of medical identity theft
  • How organizations can prepare consumers for the effects of medical identity theft

Who should attend?

  • Healthcare Industry Privacy & Compliance Professionals
  • Chief Privacy Officer
  • Chief Compliance Officer
  • General Counsel

Data Security Professionals


Bonus Survey Results

Register now and receive a copy of Second Annual Survey on Medical Identity Theft by Ponemon Institute LLC.



Attendees will have the opportunity to earn CCB & IAPP continuing education credits.



Webinar Details

Event Title:
Medical Identity Theft Trends: The Importance of Securing Healthcare Data

Tuesday, April 26, 2011

2 p.m. Eastern
11 a.m. Pacific

1 Hour

Featured Speaker

Larry Ponemon, Ph.D.
Chairman and Founder, CIPP
Ponemon Institute


Tony Hadley
Senior Vice President
Government Affairs and Public Policy





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