An Overview of Security Requirements
the full 5 Hour Course
the cost of shipping, also receive the audio cd.
Security Fundamentals" is a complete five-part comprehensive
training course to educate everyone who uses a computer
to access protected health information (or PHI) in your
organization. The course includes interactive, instructor-led
online training and a package containing 5 one-hour audio
CDs and one presentation CD. With
our unique "learn while you drive" approach to
security, the audio CDs can be used to enforce what you
learn during the weekly class.
Overview of Security Requirements for HIPAA" includes
the following subjects:
Much Does it Cost?
The one-hour course is available for immediate download for
$24.95 (includes the slide presentation with audio). Add $4.95
for shipping/handling to receive the separate audio and presentation
is it Available?
Should Purchase "Introduction to Security?"
Professionals Who Use Computers
Learn about the tie between security and privacy, and how to protect PHI.
Compliance Team Members
Learn about information security in your business, and your role for effective
Will You Learn?
HIPAA information security requirements for securing
enterprise data, applications, and intellectual property
have become the critical issue for decision makers in
the era of HIPAA.
attending a two-day seminar on information security, these
courses provide information on every key aspect of security
related to HIPAA.
learn about the types of threats against information security,
how to define security requirements for your organization,
and how to select the appropriate solutions to protect
against threats. You’ll learn about the attack timeline
and how to close the window of exposure. You’ll learn
about the different security technologies, and the advantages
and disadvantages of each.
Founder and chief technology officer of Practical Security,
Inc., Paul E. Proctor, has over 15 years experience in computer
security. Previously, Paul was founder and CTO at Centrax
Corporation and senior vice president of NFR Security. He
developed the Computer Misuse Detection System (CMDS), one
of the first commercially available host-based intrusion detection
systems while at SAIC, and was director of technology at CyberSafe
Corporation before joining NFR Security.
Proctor is the inventor of patented intrusion detection technology
and the author of two recent books, The Practical Intrusion
Detection Handbook, and The Secured Enterprise: Protecting
Your Information Assets (co-authored with F. Christian Byrnes).
Paul holds a Bachelor of Science degree in mathematics and
computer science from the University of Illinois.
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