May 17, 24 & 31, 2017
12:00 - 1:30 PM ET
Live, interactive, online sessions via Webex
Registration Early-Bird Deadline: May 5
Continuing Education Credits with Certificate of Participation:
1 PACC credit; 1.5 IAPP credit; 1.5 HIM-CPE credit; 1.5 CEUs toward CPHIMS-CA
Brendan Seaton - Chief Creative Officer, Privacy Horizon Inc; Privacy by Design Ambassador; President, ITAC Health
Start-up companies and app developers are driving innovation in the new economy. New ideas, new technologies, and new applications developed by start-up, small and medium-sized companies are flooding the healthcare marketplace. Much of the innovation is at the front end of technology including mobile, social media, the Internet of Things (IoT), wearables and medical devices.
On the back end, small start-up companies are starting to accumulate mountains of personal information in their cloud-based systems. This information has value. There is a tremendous impetus to “monetize” this data as part of the start-up business model.
Privacy always emerges as a question to be answered by app developers and start-up companies in the healthcare space. Privacy and security controls are often mandatory requirements for health sector procurements. How can app developers and start-ups address the privacy concerns of patients, healthcare providers, clients and service providers while staying lean and agile in their development practices?
This webinar series will cover critical privacy legislation, conducting a privacy risk assessment, assessing what privacy and security features to build into your products and services, implementing an affordable privacy management program and handling a privacy breach.
Session 1: Privacy Fundamentals
What privacy means to you and your company?
• Privacy as a basic human right
• Privacy principles
• Canadian and international privacy laws
• Your responsibilities and obligations under privacy law
Session 2: Privacy by Design
What privacy and security features need to be built into your app, device or service?
• The principles of privacy by design
• Privacy and security architecture
• Determining privacy and security requirements
• Privacy impact assessment
Session 3: Minimum Viable Privacy
What is the minimum set of privacy and security controls needed to function in the healthcare marketplace?
• Privacy and security policies
• Privacy and security risk assessment
• Privacy and security awareness training
• Managing your business partners
• Preventing and managing privacy and security breaches
• Mobile app, IoT and cloud developers
• Start-up executives and staff
• Customer experience personnel
• Sales and marketing specialists
• Academic faculty, staff and students involved in app development
• Incubators and accelerators
• Investors and Board Directors
• Government officials responsible for the healthcare or innovation agendas
Participants will also receive access to the Privacy Horizon Library which is a global resource that links ICT specialists to privacy legislation and best practices from around the world.
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