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Black Butte Ranch Corporation
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La Salle Catholic College Preparatory
Object Management Group Inc
Stanford Graduate School of Business
"I see the explosion of wearable devices as a likely new area for potential privacy concerns," Pollack said, according to the source.
First and foremost, it is vital to encrypt information so that computer hackers are unable to access patient data easily.
This will help ensure that patient privacy is taken seriously at a medical facility.
"It's [encryption] particularly important and necessary to emphasize now because of the new device world we're moving into," Pollack said.
"A lot of times, when they're dealing with BYOD, they may not understand the need to maintain privacy and the importance of using encryption. [We need to] get people focused on the one simple thing they can do in the security space and move the needle in terms of protecting patient privacy.
Encryption is one of those rare focus areas that can make a huge difference."
Also, Pollack mentioned that measuring privacy and security on a yearly basis is important and will go a long way to avoiding HIPAA violations.
"We're increasingly finding ... hospitals are interested in testing their response plan," Pollack told the news source.
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