by Daniel J. Solove I was recently interviewed in the Journal of AHIMA on how the C-suite is waking up to the new realities of privacy and data security risks. Before the HITECH Act in 2009, HIPAA enforcement was based on a cooperative model where HHS was not punitive in its approach. Now, big fines […]
Category: Chief Security Officers
Posts about Chief Security Officers by Professor Daniel J. Solove for his blog at TeachPrivacy, a privacy awareness and security training company.
HIPAA Turns 10: Analyzing the Past, Present, and Future Impact
by Daniel J. Solove In the April issue of the Journal of AHIMA, I authored two short pieces about HIPAA: HIPAA Turns 10: Analyzing the Past, Present, and Future Impact 84 Journal of AHIMA 22 (April 2013) HIPAA Mighty and Flawed: Regulation has Wide-Reaching Impact on the Healthcare Industry 84 Journal of AHIMA 30 (April […]