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EHR Vulnerability Reporting A Cause for Concern?

  • Tuesday, October 11th, 2016 at 11:00 AM EDT (15:00:00 UTC)
  • Greg Porter
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Overview

In 2015, 84% of all U.S. hospitals were utilizing a basic electronic health records ("EHR") system, as government incentives meant to drive EHR adoption and their use have generally been successful. Yet, the very systems designed to store, process, transmit, and maintain electronic protected health information ("ePHI"), while shepherding in a promising new era of accessibility and the sharing of medical data, are also providing additional opportunities for theft and fraud.

In this presentation, Greg Porter of Allegheny Digital will discuss the current state of EHR security vulnerability reporting, the use of "Certified Health IT Products," and noteworthy testing observations. He will conclude by providing attendees with practical considerations for developing an EHR focused assessment program to identify and monitor software and configuration based weaknesses.


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Speaker Bio

Greg Porter

Greg Porter is the Founder of Allegheny Digital, an information security firm specializing in enterprise security operations, incident response, and network security monitoring. For the past several years, Mr. Porter has both led and delivered comprehensive Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act ("HIPAA") security assessments that monitor, test and audit the effectiveness of information system controls designed to protect patient data. Most recently, he has been focused on the availability of Protected Health Information ("PHI") on the public Internet as well as examining the secure configuration of electronic health records systems.

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