The protection of privacy has long been at the heart of regulations that govern the storage and security of sensitive data, like protected health information (PHI). Patient privacy is compromised when organizations fail to properly secure records containing PHI, as well as the applications and systems that store them. This is precisely what the Security and Privacy Rule provisions of the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) are designed to address.HIPAA non-compliance is now a boardroom discussion, as recent rulings from U.S.
Today, we are in Aarhus, Copenhagen, at a conference about the new European Union General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), hosted by our partner NNIT. This is an exciting event, as the EUGDPR has generated a significant amount of media attention on both sides of the Atlantic.