Wednesday, April 20, 2011

ANSI Study of Patient Privacy Breaches Joined by ISA

The Internet Security Alliance (ISA) has joined ANSI/Shared Assessments PHI Project on the impact of unauthorized access to protected health information (PHI). The “PHI Project” was formally kicked off on April 7th via a two-hour webinar involving Veriphyr's Nicole Borner and 109 other participants.
"The financial impact on an enterprise that suffers a breach of PHI is significant, as is the potential reputational harm to an individual whose data has been compromised." - Larry Clinton, ISA chief executive officer
The PHI Project aims to develop a report of its analysis within just a few months time. Veriphyr's Nicole Borner will be part of the ecosystem subcommittee that will define points of compromise in the healthcare ecosystem where there are risks of exposure.
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Sources:
(a) Internet Security Alliance Partners with ANSI and Shared Assessments for Launch of Project on Financial Impact of Breached Protected Health Information - the American National Standards Institute (ANSI), April 19, 2011


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