David Holtzman to Participate at HIMSS Privacy & Security Forum

June 22, 2015 CynergisTek

HIMSS Privacy and Security Forum June 30, 2015 – July 1, 2015 | Chicago, IL

HIMSS Privacy Security Forum Chicago

CynergisTek is proud to announce that David Holtzman, VP of Compliance, will participate in a best practices panel discussion at the HIMSS Privacy and Security Forum July 1. The panel is comprised of SMEs from around the industry to ensure that security, privacy and compliance experts are represented. The session will allow attendees ask questions related healthcare privacy & security. They will have two floor microphones and our expert panelists will take audience questions as they come.

After a day and a half of presentations and discussion, this is an opportunity to tie up loose ends, address unanswered questions, and share thoughts and ideas on healthcare privacy and security.

If the audience is slow to jump in the panel will discuss best practices and solutions around such important issues as:

  • Data leakage prevention
  • Access control
  • Vendor Contracting
  • Cloud Computing
  • More

“I was honored to be asked to be a part of the subject matter expert panel,” said David Holtzman. “It is part of CynergisTek and my commitment to help create awareness on some of the toughest challenges the industry is currently facing.

Click here learn more about the event, register or view the agenda.

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