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With the recent release of the California Data Breach Report from the office of Attorney General Kamala D. Harris, the state of California is left reeling over the increase of data breach victims. In the year 2013, reported data breaches rose 28% over the prior year. The number of Californians’ affected by such data breaches increased by over 600%. The increase was due largely in part by the breach of the major retailer, Target. The Target breach involved the payment card data of 7.5 million Californians, and 41 million individuals, total. Harris made a call to action by stating, “Data breaches are a serious threat to Californians’ privacy, finances, and even their personal security. As California continues to lead the way in technological innovation, we must also continue to ensure that consumers and business are protected from cybercriminals and others who seek to profit from data breaches.”

HP Security Voltage HTRAC Abstract – June 2015

Transforming the Lifecycle of Data Protection: Data-Centric Security, Encryption and Tokenization

The advances in business processes, technology and regulations require that data security initiatives evolve to address the lifecycle of data including new and growing threats.  Organizations need to assume they are going to have a security incident and take a different approach to breach risk. The data-centric approach helps healthcare organizations neutralize data breaches by rendering data valueless by de-identifying data through encryption, tokenization and data masking.

Join us to discuss how healthcare entities can….

  • Enable access to data to enable patient care, while neutralizing advanced threats
  • Share electronic healthcare information securely to partners and even patients
  • Enable new medical and healthcare insights by embracing Hadoop and Big Data
  • Protect sensitive personal and payment data while enabling streamlined patient care and customer service

                             ……without increasing risk and complexity.