San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Date: Friday, February 24
Time: 11:00 - 1:00
Location: Spark: Lipscomb's Idea Center, 3252 Aspen Grove Drive #9, Franklin, TN 37067
CPE: Participants can earn up to 1 hour in Computer Science fields of study
Delivery Method: Group-Live
Program Level: Intermediate
Meals: Lunch will be provided
Parking: Attendees should park in the lot in front of Spark
Speakers: Cliff Baker, Managing Partner, Meditology Services
Session Topic: Third-Party Risk Management
Cliff Baker is an industry leader in healthcare information technology, privacy and security, and has over 20 years of industry experience. He has worked with the nation’s leading healthcare organizations across all sectors of the industry and has served as an executive advisor for key industry affiliations and companies. He is a sought after contributor and speaker for various health IT and information risk management forums, the lead author of the HITRUST Common Security Framework, and author of various IT Risk Management publications. Prior to forming Meditology, Cliff was the Chief Strategy Officer for HITRUST and also led PricewaterhouseCoopers’ healthcare security practice.
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When & Where
Middle Tennessee Chapter of ISACA
The Middle Tennessee Chapter of ISACA was founded in 1986 and exists to promote the education of individual members for the improvement and development of capabilities relating to the auditing of and/or management consulting in the field of Information Systems Audit and Control.
- Promote education of, and help expand the knowledge and skills of our members in the related fields of auditing and information systems audit and control.
- Encourage a free exchange of information systems audit and control techniques, approaches, and problem solving by our members.
- Provide adequate communication to keep members abreast of current events in information systems audit and control that can be beneficial to them and their employers.
- Communicate to management, auditors, and information systems professionals the importance of establishing controls necessary to ensure effective organization and utilization of information systems resources.