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ID Experts

10300 SW GREENBURG RD

PORTLAND, Oregon 97223

United States

Company Description

At ID Experts, we protect millions of consumers with our identity protection software and services and have a 100 percent success record for identity recovery. We are trusted by thousands of organizations to manage cyber and other risks with our data brea ... more

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Background Information

Employment History

Vice President of Sales and Marketing

ParcPlace Systems , Inc.

Affiliations

Board Member
Black Butte Ranch Corporation

Member Or Nominating Committee Chair
Board

Board Member
La Salle Catholic College Preparatory

Board Member
Object Management Group Inc

Education

BS

Electrical Engineering

Cornell University

MBA

Stanford Graduate School of Business

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InformationWeek Healthcare spoke with ...

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InformationWeek Healthcare spoke with Doug Pollack, chief strategy officer at ID Experts, who outlined tips for avoiding data breaches.

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.


Douglas G. Pollack, Chief ...

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Douglas G. Pollack, Chief Strategy Officer, ID Experts


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InformationWeek Healthcare recently spoke with Doug Pollack, chief strategy officer at ID Experts, who attended a seminar held by the American Hospital Association. Industry experts were brought together to discuss security, compliance, and legal issues regarding best practices and how to create a culture of organizational compliance.

"We're increasingly finding ... hospitals are interested in testing their response plan," Pollack told the news source.


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CynergisTek's Mac McMillan, CEO; Sean Hoar, Partner, Davis Wright Tremaine; Douglas G. Pollack, Chief Strategy Officer, ID Experts


Encryption strategies keep patient data secure « Atlanticon – Optimizing Healthcare Systems

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InformationWeek Healthcare spoke with Doug Pollack, chief strategy officer at ID Experts, who outlined tips for avoiding data breaches.

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.

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