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HIPAA compliance is complicated, confusing and easy to get wrong. Violations, data breaches and ransomware attacks are everywhere in healthcare. HIPAA Critical brings interviews with leaders in cybersecurity, InfoSec, healthcare, and compliance straight to you. Each 30-minute episode is designed to keep you informed and entertained. A new episode is released on the first three Wednesdays of every month.
 
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Most people know the HIPAA Law applies to healthcare providers (hospitals, doctors, dentists, ophthalmologists). Fewer people realize that HIPAA also applies to health insurance agents, employers who offer health benefits to their employees, and to business associates (shredding companies, IT vendors, etc.) who can access an individual’s Protected Health Information.
 
Cybersecurity and Compliance with Craig Petronella Podcast. Learn the latest on the CMMC, DFARS, NIST, HIPAA, GDPR, ISO27001 and more. Learn about the most current IT security threats in ransomware, phishing, business email compromise, cybercrime tactics, cyberheist schemes, social engineering scams as well as hints and tips from leading professionals to help you prevent hackers from penetrating your network and dropping ransomware or malware payloads. If you are worried about uneducated emp ...
 
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Social media has become a very important part of our lives. It is the easiest way to connect with friends, family and even promote your business. If not secured properly, it can also be an easy way for someone to hack into your account and become “you” or be the spokesperson for your business. More info at HelpMeWithHIPAA.com/339…
 
A proper incident response plan is one that details your response to a data breach, cyber attack or other event. Without a proper plan, things can go horribly awry. In this episode, we discuss the steps to properly respond to a security incident and then give you seven ways you can completely screw it up. More info at HelpMeWithHIPAA.com/338…
 
The unknown is the most dangerous. It's a saying that should be taken into account when protecting your most valuable asset - your data. Today we talk about why creating an asset inventory of your hardware, software and data is an important first step to being able to protect it. More info at HelpMeWithHIPAA.com/337…
 
Well, another year is coming to a close. No one will forget living through 2020. Then, 2021 said "Hold my beer." As with every year, there were ups and downs. Who knows what we will be in for in 2022. Regardless, we will continue to adjust. Thanks to Bojan and our teams who help make this podcast a success. And special thanks to all our podcast lis…
 
Protecting your company’s data is no longer optional. With so many changes in how people work today and where they are working from, keeping a low profile when it comes to protecting data won’t cut it anymore. Today, we review a recent report released by Shred-it, a secure information destruction company, called Data Protection Report 2021. More in…
 
For the Thanksgiving episode this year, we talk to the Kardon Team about the recent social engineering attack; a follow up from our Halloween episode, We Are Under Attack - Ep 328. We find out what they experienced and how they felt during and after the attack. And, because it’s Thanksgiving, we each share what we are thankful for in 2021. More inf…
 
The HITECH Act added that state attorney generals can take on cases on behalf of their constituents under HIPAA. We haven’t seen that many cases from the states thus far, but that may be changing. Today we discuss a recent New Jersey case regarding fraud, deceit, misrepresentation and professional misconduct. This is an eye opening state level case…
 
Insider threats are dangerous for any organization, not just healthcare. As a result, healthcare organizations need to be extra vigilant when it comes to protecting patient data. Today, we talk with Ray Ribble, CEO of SPHER, to hear some stories about why it’s important to review EHR logs and how his company can help you identify potential insider …
 
Did the Facebook disruption have an impact on you or your business? Are you curious as to what happened? Listen in as Blake and Erin from PTG discuss this issue and dissect the implications and what they think may have happeneded.Por Craig Petronella
 
In today’s episode, we talk with Josh Corman, Chief Strategist Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) at the Department of Homeland Security. We will learn about CISA and what information and freely available services they provide to help healthcare businesses and other organizations within the nation’s 16 critical infrastructure s…
 
Email is a great tool for communication. It is quick, simple, and it has the potential to reach so many people in so little time. But, it can also be an easy way for hackers to get their hands on your personal information if you're not being careful. Phishing scams are one of the most popular ways that hackers use email as a tool to steal your info…
 
IT and cybersecurity services are not the same. If you are in the market to purchase managed services or security services from an IT firm, you’ll want to listen to this podcast to understand how they are different, why they are different and why you need to understand those differences to better protect your organization from cyber attacks. More i…
 
Erin Dotsey and BJ Saldana-Tovar of Petronella Cybersecurity interview Jamel Lugg of Gatekeeper. Gatekeeper is a proximity token based Multifactor authentication (MFA) solution that meets compliance with regulations such as HIPAA for medical practices and CMMC for DOD contractors. Token based solutions like Gatekeeper are much more secure than SMS …
 
Welcome to another Podcast episode by https://petronellatech.com! This month we discuss the Coinbase Hack, Bitcoin, Sia, Cryptocurrencies, Blockchain, Cybersecurity and NFTsPor Craig Petronella
 
In a world where people are more dependent on technology but lack the expertise to manage their own networks and systems effectively and efficiently, they turn to Managed Service Providers (MSPs). CISA has released a guide, Risk Considerations For Managed Service Provider Customers, that outlines risk considerations organizations need to consider w…
 
There are many challenges that come with preparing for and responding to a ransomware attack. Ransomware gangs are constantly changing their tactics in order to get to your organization's data. Therefore, as the ransomware landscape continues to evolve, so too must the preparations and responses of businesses. More info at HelpMeWithHIPAA.com/323…
 
You know how we love to pass along guides and resources that can help you improve your organization's privacy and security programs. Today, we are going to review a recent resource guide put out by HHS’ ASPR TRACIE office called Healthcare System Cybersecurity - Readiness and Response Considerations. This guide is packed with very helpful tips, bes…
 
Learn 'tricks of the trade' from a real social engineering tester. We interview William Price of Cyberx.tech to learn how they are able to successfully penetrate a company's defenses and get access to their most critical information. How likely would your organization be vulnerable to these same methods? More info at HelpMeWithHIPAA.com/320…
 
Have you ever heard tech folks refer to a computer problem as an ID10T error? You probably thought it was some highly technical term geeks use. Well, it’s not and today we are going to talk about a couple posts and articles where folks’ are flying their ID10T flag high and proud. And hopefully try to prevent you from making an ID10T error. More inf…
 
It’s that time of year again. Time to start preparing for National Cybersecurity Awareness Month coming up in October. Do Your Part. #BeCyberSmart is the theme again this year. Be a Cybersecurity Awareness Month Champion for your business, your community and your family. More info at HelpMeWithHIPAA.com/318…
 
PTG Podcast 08-18-21 with Craig Petronella of Petronella Cybersecurity (https://petronellatech.com) and Greg Sloan of Go Beyond. Greg and the Go Beyond Team helps advisors and coaches uncover their clients' purpose. Understand your clients' purpose to recognize their deepest motivations.Por Craig Petronella
 
Managing your vendors, or your supply chain, has become increasingly more important these days. As we’ve seen in the news just in the last several months, data and system breaches can come as a result of the vendors you work with. So, we felt like it was time to revisit this topic by reviewing the recent update to the HIC SCRiM guide that includes …
 
Every year we cover the most recent report released on the cost of a data breach. No surprise from this year’s report that the cost continues to rise. And healthcare breaches cost the most across all industries. Listen in as we go through IBM’s Cost of Data Breach Report 2021. More info at HelpMeWithHIPAA.com/316…
 
There’s a new data breach notification bill in Congress that will affect the business community as a whole, not just healthcare. It will create a new data breach disclosure requirement for federal agencies, federal contractors and critical infrastructure companies. It’s time to let folks know when breaches happen. We can’t protect ourselves from th…
 
There is so much happening in the cyber world today that we couldn’t decide on just one topic to cover in this episode. So, we will be jumping around and covering a lot of different cyber topics, hence the title of the podcast, Cyber Sqwerl. So, listen fast folks… we’ve got a lot to cover. More info at HelpMeWithHIPAA.com/314…
 
Craig Petronella, IT Cybersecurity and Compliance Expert with DFARS, CMMC, NIST, HIPAA, founder and CEO of https://compliancearmor.com, https://petronellatech.com and https://blockchainsecurity.com interviews Hema Dey, founder of Iffel International. Her expertise is in sales strategy applying marketing techniques that are customized for a specific…
 
Summertime, holidays and long weekends, where many of us are taking time off, are prime times for cyber attacks. The bad guys are counting on people being in a hurry and letting their guard down so it’ll make it easier to suck you into their attack. July 4th 2021 was no different. An MSP was attacked by cyber criminals. Although this is still an ac…
 
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