BioForward Speaker Series: Keeping Biohealth Data Secure
March 14th | Reinhart Law, Waukesha, WI
4:30-5:00 | Registration
5:00-6:00 | Presentation
6:00-7:00 | Networking Reception
More than 4,000 ransomware attacks have occurred every day since the beginning of 2016.
Cybercrime has become the greatest threat to companies and organizations in the biohealth industry. Patient/scientific data are top-priority targets for hackers. However, of the organizations that suffered a successful cyber-attack in 2016, 52% have reported no changes to their cybersecurity for 2017. How “cyber-ready” is your organization? Join us for an expert panel discussion about the special needs of the biohealth industry and the essential security risk management strategies your organization needs to consider in 2017. Whether you are an executive wondering how to evaluate your company’s security, a board member wanting to know what questions to ask staff members, or a scientist/doctor/innovator wanting to set priorities, everyone will leave with a better understanding of how to keep their most valuable assets safe and keep their business running.
Meet the Panel:
Heather L. Fields, JD, CHC, CCEP, is a shareholder in the firm’s Health Care Practice. She chairs the firm’s Hospitals and Health Care Systems and Data Privacy and Security practice groups. She is also a member of the firm’s Hospice and Palliative Care group and Corporate Compliance and White Collar Litigation group. Heather routinely assists clients with a wide variety of regulatory, transactional, and compliance-related matters. She has extensive experience advising clients in connection with data privacy and security matters including HIPAA compliance, cybersecurity risk management and software licensing and technology matters. She is a founding board member of the HIPAA Collaborative of Wisconsin, and a frequent faculty member for American Health Lawyers Association and Health Care Compliance Association.
Justin P. Webb is an attorney in Reinhart’s Litigation Practice and a member of the Data Privacy and Security, and Patent and Intellectual Property Litigation Practice Groups. His work includes advising clients on data privacy and security matters, and litigating cases across the subject matter spectrum in both federal and state court. Justin previously served as a judicial clerk to the Honorable J. P. Stadtmueller of the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Wisconsin.
David Shade is a Partner in the Advisory Services practice of EY. With over 15 years of experience, David’s expertise is in counseling and supporting clients to strategically manage business risks related to information technology. In addition to assisting clients with IT risk and security strategies, David has helped many large multinational organizations with security controls design, implementation and evaluation giving him a breadth of global knowledge and experience. Throughout his career, David has managed the successful delivery of numerous projects related to HIPAA security, IT risk management, vendor risk management (VRM), third-party reporting and SOX control rationalization. Currently as the Central Region’s VRM competency leader, David leads the creation of VRM programs for Fortune 500 clients throughout the region.