Manage episode 289588803 series 1148187
Use Table-Top Privacy Breach Fire Drills to Protect Your Practice
Healthcare providers, owners, and privacy officers hear about big privacy breaches on the news and hope it won’t happen to them. It keeps them up at night...because they know that properly preventing or managing a privacy breach is critical to the continued success of their business!
If a privacy and security incident hits, you will be in crisis mode. This is not the time to read your procedures for the first time. Instead, having a solid, approved, and well-tested privacy breach management plan will be critical to an effective response.
Invest now in table-top exercises or ‘fire drills’ with your privacy incident response team using a simple privacy breach scenario. Use your written policies, procedures, forms, and create sample privacy breach response plans or ‘playbooks’ for different types of scenarios. This will help you to be better prepared in the event of an incident and—even better—help you to prevent a privacy breach in your healthcare practice.
Recorded February 23, 2021
00:38 Introduction Jean L. Eaton
00:45 Find an example.
Saskatchewan IPC finds ransomware attack results in one of the largest privacy breaches in this province involving citizens’ most sensitive data. January 8, 2021 - Ron Kruzeniski, Information and Privacy Commissioner. https://oipc.sk.ca/saskatchewan-ipc-finds-ransomware-attack-results-in-one-of-the-largest-privacy-breaches-in-this-province-involving-citizens-most-sensitive-data/
04:15 4 Step Response Plan
05:20 Step 1 Contain the Breach
05:50 Step 2 Evaluate the Risks
06:54 Step 3 Notify
07:19 Step 4 Prevent The Breach From Happening Again
Do you need help to create your privacy breach management plan – and a mentor to help you get it done? Check out the 4 Step Response Plan https://informationmanagers.ca/4-step