An Ediscovery Attorney and a Healthcare Security Manager Walk into a Webinar

Healthcare

What do an ediscovery attorney, a forensics investigator and a healthcare security manager have in common? In today’s digital age – everything. 

HIGH-TECHNOLOGY HEALTHCARE

Kroll Ontrack’s most recent webinar, How To Develop a Data Preservation & Collection Plan in Preparation for Litigation, hosted by Healthcare Informatics, gave attendees a hard look into the challenges healthcare organizations face when a government investigation or civil litigation arises.

Kroll Ontrack SVP of consulting Cathleen Peterson and healthcare security manager Brian Abel put their own professional experiences on display as they navigated this challenging intersection between healthcare, law and technology.

CASE STUDY: EDISCOVERY HEALTH CHECK

Truth is, an ediscovery attorney, a forensics investigator and a healthcare security manager have a lot in common. Today’s healthcare organizations are traversing a new information technology terrain. Growing data volumes, increased information security threats, vast data collection efforts and computer forensics investigations require a higher level of comprehension from all experts.

As Brian and Cathleen discussed via a real-world case study, legal, regulatory and compliance requirements are requiring hospitals and healthcare organizations to properly handle electronically stored information (ESI), or face severe consequences. At the end of the day, this new territory is where technologists meet attorneys and data managers meet security professionals.  If your job involves any of these important roles, you will benefit from spending 60 minutes with this new webinar recording.

Eric has more than 20 years of accumulated legal, ediscovery and project management experience and is highly knowledgeable in the current legal and technology trends associated with information management for litigation, investigations and regulatory matters. He works consultatively with clients to develop and implement cost effective, efficient, defensible discovery strategies.

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