Partner Colin Zick recently joined a Bloomberg Law webinar on GDPR and healthcare. Topics included: GPDR compliance requirements impacting the health care industry, the costs of data privacy and security failures and strategies for developing data privacy programs for GDPR compliance specific to health care. Click here to download the materials. More
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Ransomware attacks are the biggest data breach threat facing nursing facilities and other healthcare institutions, a new Bloomberg investigation finds.
“Part of the reason individuals are so vulnerable is that they receive so many emails that each one isn’t carefully reviewed,” partner Colin Zick said.
Partner Colin Zick Speaks to Bloomberg Law on Why Companies Are Anxious for a Federal Move on Privacy
Bloomberg Law interviewed partner Colin Zick as part of a Special Report on how businesses are adjusting to recent data and privacy rules. Zick discusses why companies should be prepared to deal not only with GDPR requirements, but also a patchwork of state laws that may carry compliance requirements as well.
“We’re in the midst of a large public policy debate about what we’re going to do when it comes to data privacy laws,”… More
Partner Colin Zick Discusses Why Law Firms Are Building State Privacy Practices as Enforcement Heats Up with Bloomberg Law
Partner Colin Zick speaks to Bloomberg Law about how big law firms are expanding their state-focused practices to help clients deal with heavy state fines for alleged privacy violations.
Companies are turning to state-centric practices “because they see the threats from individual state enforcers,” Zick said. They want expertise from former officials, like former Massachusetts Attorney General Martha Coakley, who know the proper approach to limit enforcement risks,… More
Article by James Swann
A recent hack of Obamacare enrollment records might result in a full-blown privacy investigation of the government agency that is responsible for the federal health-care exchange and serve as a wake-up call to the government.