Most health care organizations take great strides to ensure their electronic medical record (EMR) platforms can effectively secure protected health information and personally identifiable information. But what about the enterprise systems that integrate with these tools, such as shared drives, SharePoint, and other organizational support applications? That’s where shadow information – data that that you don’t know exists but presents risk to your organization – is most frequently found. Hackers and ransomware mal actors understand the value of finding shadow information. Do you?
Meet the Speaker
Director of Information Governance
Nick Inglis, CIP, IGP, INFO, is recognized as a passionate thought leader, advocate, and supporter of Information Governance. He has nearly twenty years of experience supporting learning, innovation, and economic development in facilitating the creation of the profession of Information Governance. Today, Nick serves as the Director of Information Governance at IPRO and Founder/Show Host at InfoGov.net. Nick Inglis lives in Providence, Rhode Island, with his wife, son, dog, and four cats.
Why we partnered with AHLA
IPRO partnered with American Health Law Association (AHLA) because of the shared goal of maintaining excellence in health law by educating the health law community. AHLA does this by striving to produce the highest quality non-partisan educational programs, products, and services concerning health law issues.