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Healthcare Privacy Concerns: Balancing Patient Care and Compliance

Last week during the regional Health Care Compliance Association (HCCA) conference in Nashville, I was lucky enough to host a gathering of executives from privacy and compliance for a private executive dinner with Adam Greene, an influential thought leader in privacy and partner with Davis Wright Tremaine. Adam moderated a robust discussion that explored HIPAA […]

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The Pitfalls of Over-reporting Under the GDPR

After much fanfare, the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) went into effect in May of 2018. In May 2019, the European Data Protection Board (EDPB) issued its 1-year assessment of the GDPR. In the first year, over 89,000 data breaches had been logged by EEA Supervisory Authorities.

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On Our Radar: November 15, 2019

Something we discuss pretty frequently around here at RadarFirst is the idea of sensitive data: what we call protected health information, personally identifiable information, or just personal data. We are constantly considering what qualifies as protected data under specific regulations, what risk the data may pose to individuals should it be disclosed in some way […]

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On Our Radar: November 8, 2019

Around the office, we talk a lot about how cyber attacks affect companies across many industries. We also often end up discussing the privacy industry itself. In a nutshell: it’s growing. And not just for the known players in the space. The industry is also seeing the introduction and proliferation of start ups and fresh […]

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5 Hot Topics from the PrivSec Conference in New York

Traditionally, privacy and security have been poles apart. We’ve seen an increased effort in the industry to align these two functions, especially as heavyweight regulations like GDPR and CCPA become effective. This week’s 2019 PrivSec Conference at Columbia University in New York seeks to further unite privacy and security with two days of inspiration and […]

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On Our Radar: November 1, 2019

How is it already November? Halloween is behind us, and thank goodness for that! Privacy professionals have more than enough to scare and trick us in our professional lives already–did you read my colleague Dorothy’s recent post about the rise in heart attacks following a ransomware data breach? 

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