Author Archives: Protenus

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How the Protenus Breach Barometer changed my career

When Protenus was first building its sales and marketing team, I joined as the Senior Marketing Manager. This meant shaping marketing initiatives to make Protenus more successful, and determining which priorities we should tackle first. As I was a “jack-of-all-trades,” I was working on everything from marketing strategy to trade show logistics to...

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While healthcare is optimistic about 4-year low in breached patient records, number of incidents remain alarmingly steady

A recent report has stated that patient records affected by health data breaches have hit a four-year low in 2017. Unfortunately, while these findings are promising, the number of breach incidents remains steady and continues to represent a constant threat to patient data security. There also seems to be a continuing trend in which health data...

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Protenus CEO, Former HHS Chief Privacy Officer to Host Panel on Ethical Concerns Around Manual Patient Data Breach Detection

Protenus CEO and Co-founder to speak on the limitations of manual patient privacy auditing processes in healthcare at HIPAA Summit in Arlington, VA Download this press release

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Protenus CEO at AMIA 2018 Informatics Summit: Health Systems Can Prevent Drug Diversion With Artificial Intelligence

Nick Culbertson, Protenus CEO and Co-Founder, keynotes session on latest data analytics tools for preventing healthcare opiate abuse at American Medical Informatics Association 2018 Informatics Summit Download this press release

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Building a next-generation privacy operation

Last month, Matt Fisher, a partner at Mirick O’Connell and chair of the firm’s health law group, joined Robert Lord, Co-Founder and President of Protenus, for a webinar to discuss best practices healthcare organizations can employ when migrating from reactive to proactive privacy postures, and how to integrate guidance from regulatory bodies into...

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